Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 30, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Council Sets 7.5 LevyMillage \ .. r aAl. ," ny..r

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An mitlal Up toward 'balancing I the game amount of revenue.' "'I11e,.'* no Use trying to fund budgets.

a new budget WM. $53.144. as last year. In pre I balance It (the Uur.mJ: untilwe Examination of each budget

lakes by the. Stark city council paring his tentative budget find out what our Income request first by committee and

Monday night' when. millageor requests for the county City I will be/' Vettrjii Councilman; then by the entire council was

'( the 19M-M fisceJ year was Clerk Merrill Edwards had Included one A. Wiggins toll) fallow the suggestion of City Auditor

H' At 7J. Just half of the cur- ; a proposed levy of S.S board member ChairmanCarl ,. W. D. Womack.

rent 1&. mill levy. I mUto.. -HI preliminary figures Hunt agre.d, .; and suggested The council also reduced the Council Ponders Budget From Left: Johns Whntin, Goodman.: Ijiwswtn Hurst ; Mayor Chilly Clerk Edward: I

An estimated $23,147: additional i as yet unbalanced. left pro- that the council proceed assessment! of the Independent .

revenue will be produced -. posed disbursements approximately to establish the millage. Telephone Company by $144.- the discussion on the millage and $55,700 which must be put

, by the 7.4 mills baaed 100.000 over estimated Monday night' meeting was 000 to $317.800 on a motion that the city la not bound by back In Ute renewal and replacement -

on, *a aeaessed valuation In income however. The new supposed to see the board go by Councilman Seeber Good the. state law which prevents fund to retire Ute Roberts To Head

the city of $10.905.530. approximately millage will cut the shortageto over the budget requests from man. The company had been the school board or county city's $3.085,000 bond issue

three times the around tao.OOO. the police and firs departments charge *20O per phone for commission from Increasing Increases requested by the

liM... property value of 13.- Setting the mil sge as an but no action wag for all 2.719 In the county but taxes. more than five per cent various departments total over

.7 J30. Under the new mlllage, Initial step in their budgetary taken due to the absence of the council accepted the com- except In case of an, emergency $40.000, ranging from $...000

personal property1 and real procedure was more or leu an Police Chief Bill Rawer. Those pany's report that there are to nearly $30,000. '

tat taxes are expected to total .1 arbitrary measure by the council budgets will. be studied, I by the only 1.M9 phones within the The city clerk's tentative Pay raises of $9 per week 66 Fair

$77.291. compared to 56. i In an effort to determine entire council next Monday city limits of Starke. estimate of 1963-0(1( budget receipts ate Included for all city employees County

14 for the current :year. the City Income !so expenditures night along with the request Rep Arch Thomas when total $ 07.303>comparedto as weU as a $1,300 Increase

The mlllag could have dipped can be curbed to fit the for the Utility Department called by Chairman Carl disbursements totaling for the city clerk

to 5.3 and tlll have raised paycheck. \ administrative and general Hurst told the council during UJO4.843., Including transfers The appointment of Carl II and\ continuing projects of the

Roberts .a* malinger of thUriulfiml e i AsnoclntUm are: paving the
County Fair Will 1 1 front .arm, additional driUn 2 Youths HurtIn

ronflrmeil at the Annual meetIng age work und.1 .curlnlC uddltlotiM.1 .

; of the liradford County property south of the Car Crash;

Fair' Aaaoclatlon> last Thursday I IiXX! building/

BRADFORD night. The appointment In, other business' the Asnu One SeriouslyTwo
COUNTY TELEGRAPH bed previously been mud by elation:

the Kxecutlve!: Committee.iA. AuthorliiHl. the ICnecutlvt

J. Thomas Jr.. was reelected Committee to negotiate a le<%jis local Uvn-uKvrs were

president. of the Association on Itullilkng No, :2 for a skatIng Injured one serloualy, Sun

with other officers" arm*. day morning eat ty when their

Official County Publication Established' It 1979 tar ,the ensuing year iw. fi"l- Set the dates, for the tUOfl car went out of control and

VOLUME Iowa; Vice Presidents, (Jeolge' Fair: March :ao through April hit abutment on the overpass -

EIGIITT-SETEN BTARKK. FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPT. SO. 1965 NUMBER KOfHTF.KN: Hugglns, lllll lliwut. and t Curla 3. 'Just ol( U. d. 301 atMaxvllle.

: Atarlow. : secretary, Martha >Wrheilulrd the election of .
Sue AlcCnln, and treasurer' T. directors, of the Aumivlntlonfor .: Robert M. Swanson 16. was

To Aid Defender I ."' ". f Potentially ToughTornadoes C. Union, Jr. the next regular meeting reported to be In satisfactory

I / It was voted to allow the condition Wednesday at Baptist .

i manager a $bas!\ ) per month Memorial Ilonpltnl l in

Green ..J............... lemomil expense account Supt. Tom Casey Jacksonville. Jimmy Joyner.
Appoints -' I To Go Irf>alde.nt Thomas and II II. Speaks To Rotary IB. driver of the car was treat-

;. I Everett, chairman of the llrad- rd and released! from the Du-

I "" furl County Development Authority Members of the Rtarke Ho- val Medical Crnter Monday

participated In a. cere- tary Club heard Hupt.! Tom Casey morning. Swanson was traiiHferrrd .

Advisory Group Against Jackets many burning/ fli.oOO In r"\lr discuss development of vocal from DMC to Oaptlst

I bonds" (No*. 1 through 6, He- 'tonal training<< courses ntUrutlfurd Memorial. ,

... .. : rise 1)) which were .k>l1lite"bllck County High' Hchool: Extent of the Swanson boy's

R. A. Oreen Jr.. Public Defender r Davis Oalnea-vtlle. I to the Pair Asaoflittlon at their tunchmm me.unliWe'l\ Injuries could not be determined -
"Bill_a lot of potential." !1a Ing' to rash In on his second
by the Development Author .
for the II'Omh. hospital
Eighth Judicial i John U a prominent Btarkebusinessman. Mdity. re
Circuit today aanounced the lone active in I the way Bradford High ooach. I weapon ity. The meeting was adjournedearly port but the .accident/ report
I es describe St. Auguntlne'sYellow Work this week In practice
appointment of a seven man clvlo affairs, who la currently I MI President Thomrt prnnont- and\ members were Invltd "' (lorn the Duval County hev-
advisory committee to assist serving,I his second term J.eltetahlY .pre' I has emph..1Mdhe. passing sit the retiring manager P. J. to tour th. old U8U bi.Hiding lf('. authorities, who workedthe
hit office In fulfilling 1U expanded I the Bradford on ... ..;.:, pare to travel to meet 'them attack In spite of the heavy Novak, with a lifetime membership which hue been cunvtirtxd\ accident indicated, him Injuries
?'County Commission i
:'' '..,. tomorrow n ht.IIlYlnar' 'I rainfall. Picking dry spots In I pliuU| nUeitUiig the .
responsibilities. i '' .... to UM! by tuilw\U now takIng were moat serious.
,:..:. bern the field have managedto .
..... beaten twice they valuable contribution mad by ,
Five of the men appointed R. A. Oreen Sr. has been .. the HIM. Klsvtronlcs: anu The two boys were returning
are residents of BUxke. apracticing ". this season the perenniallytough get In quite si bit of practice Mr. Novak to Ute ...Ir ASHOClatlon Vocational 01"".,. UdivaUmvoitrsvs : from Cedar hills Jackwin-! -
attorney in Starke I p ., Jackets are somewhatof and even scrimmaged.. fur and llrn.lfonl County.
I offered IIHA.l'rt Yule hud attended
Appointed to the committee sine : by Where they
118 and U a former ..., .. .. r ... .. to the tH ,
were: Bradford -' a puAle Tornado minutes' Tuesday. Art hlt.ct >n Morgan gavea ..y told the group tll.IIr.r.1 .\ a dance They were travelingwest
County Judge and 1 1 i coaches Luke City a topnotch So far, the Tornado passing. progress rellt.rt| un I the new I' the Mrs ,
Jerome John*, SUrke: R. A. Congressman. LANK HTKKCT: llvxd. up .. !I.. name In \\.7. aftereua'a County wile toward. Maxvllle. The ucoldenl >
Oreen ST.. Starke Christopher club this icasun, attack\ has been, very effective I XJO) bulliltiiK. predicting It'IsirMMil'.1 In. I ths state to tot l U'IslutlirnU report said that Joyner
Parker ha been a probation flash need with. this. at the seems .f Lake and O .t. 1. II.
squashed them 34.0 and J}u. completion < pre
somewhat '
D. something; that nee 'actually ouKfat"* I11V
Parker. Starkt Bob .. reputedd>> > not.rtmMiuber
Starts: Eugene: U Ferguson Matthews. the Staxke and parole officer: with Pratt., Bill .tndrf>"Aid a ball leaving the,, *cbo, .. greuMlw. I I land. a.., blg'CUse A-school, surprised the ebnfhea. Falcon aencml the AiwiioiirUnnwMh 'an 1. equipment| during In'structfoh: approaching the over pass

Starke! : James P. office for the'past aid some even bad ii .bath a* %rltae iB blo group awinunlag topptxt" them 14-0 But OHSI has thrown four TD paw srtl t'a conception of what I( There U tlll only one other and Indicated Die youth was
three .
yean and.U currenUy I I I Head Mentor David Hurse 'Is has callt'Cback thU fouJhltnir will look like srhs" In "'III"' 'la Liststraining ,
Tompklns. Rsiford: Dr. J DCounty la a ditch near the Kobort Geese -ban.. I! i and had one : < offering apparently aslrep
serving as president of the /
afraid to take much for grant. when oompletfHl. I and few
he threw two straight againstSanta only a very The car crowed user &the
Starke .
I Jayceearvrguson ,"-'w ed. |I I Fo FrMny' night Keen The primlilant reported on a the entire country' Casuyset's. |. centar line to the left. aide of
BoardTo .to a math Instructor .1 I. "We rant afford to look be. and Douglas have \been on the nllnll>.r of d.f..-.. .sal l civilelenclee :- .. the overpass and struck the
at Bradford County High I the klltluii. to
In new
yond our next ballgame Anyone I receiving end of all five, abutment with IU left side.
School and U a life-time resident ofl I III. livestock bull Meet ae play I. capable \ "It makes our offense) somuch The 1092: Chevrolet. convertible
TonightOn of the Starke! a,". 'nggeotlon' the Executive; Mitchell New Head
us on .
any given| more (fective., especially In the mUdle' of the
Matthew I I. the publisher night.' he ... ... Commutes was given author.Ill
Knowing they
when I III
your quarterback road. still Ute
CourthouseThe of Of Cancer Society on overpays,
And editor of the Bradford to see to completion
have ball .
a load club DUB I also a running threat.. like .
County Telegraph In Starke thin iHiilillng in full conformsnce
coaches are more. than ordln-: Falcon It makes. him moie" Iliiford. Mlti'hell Is the new
and has long bern active in with the .plane. and spsElflcatlune. Blaze Guts
Board of County Cbmmiaatonera trey fearful of a sleeper, As effective on the ,sprint out president of the llrad/ord

wUl meet tonight I cute affair 9em. they play for the really bU' (laround the endl I," the coach County. Division' of the Ainsr
(Thursday) at 7:90: o'clock In I Tompkins has been with the ones with Palatka Lake City sayi. Kknory M. suggsst- lean Caiiirsr Horlvty. W. H. NaUmanApartments
the courtroom for continued! tate Otvttton of Correction i ..d that efforts h be .pee'trl' l up
-' '. and Femsndlna. reportedly | "Rer i. and Douglas are the Ms was InstallMl at a meetIng -
diacuaslon .Inoe lua and Administrative to built.' an act MM way front
and In .
planning touch this Ifurte and rant
'I year I two finest lecHvers we've had of the organisation
connection: with lll.tx.nd proposed Assistant at the Florida State + Un Coach Tony Griffith '' Highway 901 to she r lr- I and succeedsOr .
arenot at one time Hurse added, ... Friday nlgttt
' issue for a new Bradford Prison/. at Ralford for the last grounds along the II -Iuut 4
overlooking' In the
any opponentThe "And there' nothing at all : I Wayne Whlffen
I the Klortibt'
County _rtboul. year p m.nt north An early Sunday mornlimire
The board baa previously Davis ls a prominent Oalne Tornadoes Coach Hurnesayi. wrong with the way Falcon I Highway Patrol etalk>l1. Hs I IN 11ft. guttMl let) apartments, in
will throw much more In I throw." With a lint rate that consliUrahle muck Other ofrti-ers are Pr( PIt 834
said story building'
announced plans for a aerlea villa physician a one
an* pnychlatristwho
their not three game ReognUlng passing attack the Tornadoes)I !, be out I I, ".''oe. vice president Mr.
of meeting' to inform the 1 iI actively interested in would l have to pushed North Cherry Htrret.
I I ... that he has an ex* will have a first rat. offensive 1 Maurice secretary
public: Oft.n phaaea of the criminal rehabilitation has iMifura! starting nil work Wngsts| W II. Nollman. owner) of
proposed bond __. The meetIngs 'worked with Inmate at Ral -" ) ceptlonally$ fine passing attackIn weapon to balance their tough The president ..nnoun..11thlLt snd/ Mr.Murge( ., Miller treasurer the apartment, bull'tatir' where
1 quarterback\ Donald! Falcon running semi The passing I I some irf the remaining<< red.; said the
' are aorweluled ae follows: ford and la currently doingpsTChlatrte I ... the blue occui
-.4: and eirt' Joey Rees, and Bd- will serve to loosen 'up the de- to
Oct. 19rermer I Market.Brooker. Ire did xtnulve damrge
]., work with probationers ,...t=' rt.: J .... die OoI"t. Hurse U attempt- (Continued on Page Flve-AI I II apartments (four and five .located

Oct. Jl-Hampton School. Oren stated that It will be I TeenpleAteaaiei (I'. K. Ml ) wee a va t lake between Pratt : at the rear of the buUd-

Oct. 2*-RJE: School Starke. the function of the committeeto and. Adktae. ...,..... and water revered Its floor InHrrtlre """ David Coats Named InnkeeperOf I hog
Oct., :M- Strawberry Plat -I According to Nollman. "trio
advise the Public Defender Htatloa at upper right I
form. Lawt.,. I blare was primarily confined.
on ways to Increase the effectiveness
Oct. 2&-Football etadtsra.Stark of the fnldetnee.norrepresentation New Holiday Inn Here to the two rear ap"rt.mentA.Out .

.' experiment currently the other three apartmentunits .
AM meetings win be held at underway/ BradfordCounty. I In the buiktliur: received.

7:90: p.m. I Another function of David U. Costa, formerly of rant Manager. of the Year I f extensive/ smoke and l water

The voters, of the county the committee' will be to offer Meridian, Ml..... has. been asIgnwl We have a real tradition to f a. dimaie. NoUnmn adder that

will be given' an opportunity effectual suggestions pertain as Innkeeper of the new' uphold In Mtarke.* 7 S the easel mount of damaue

to sxpreas their wiahea on the ing &to the fulfillment of the Holiday fnn of IKarke. the IXII I Coats, 2*, lives in a new I to the bull'ioI I arid IU contents -

courthouse matter In a straw expanded recponsiMUUea of unit facility opening here this, brick home on the Inn premises has not been determined.

ballot to'" taken at the speceal the Defend. office. Thiscommittee weekendl.r.lai with hi.. attractive, wife, d, Th fire la boolj. ed to have.
election en November 2.O "hk-h.m meet on u.s. 301 (north,1) the former Shirley Walden of started' around a m. In the

Members O of tHe Oommiaaton. periodically. will a!.., handle' +r.a the .new bin Is Incorporated II Meridian 1 1 and their. three living room of' apartment. five.
are attending a meeting of ii and operated by substantially amt unknown
public relations and supply I Itnlorm.tJon 1 .. 'I girl one bay. An avid It. exact cause u
the Florida County Commissioners y the earn ewnera ae Holiday1 golfer' and bridge player Apartment five was oceu-
with to
Association a Miami regard Inn I and 2 of Mertdtaa. and Mlark tw men.
the mtademeanor manager especte<<: th'l pled at the time by >
representUon *-
M*> week, but are expected dS the tlolMay Inne of Vlrkiburg.] have, hUla time In devote Erneiit Crowdr and a m-vn
In Bradford
back to time for tonlClll'. experiment. ) Mum aM lAke City. rta. In \ three. .h..M>.lea .. he launi' named Johnson a guest' of
meeting- ad4ltlmu. Mike,. Hturdlvant" of the new Starke enterprise |I Crowder's. Upon .aerakenlrul.
advisory eofnmiUe
was Olenwlora. MlM and J C.! Another busy man on th. [I the men found the apartmentIn
formed In accordance with Ute
Wllbourne of Meridian rerntly In "tarke la D. W '
s> na flames and eM-aMx| In their
BOX LUNCHESFor term"! of a $35. .OOO grant anrKMinced the arquMtlnn j (J'. s-r1) Thomas, managerof darts through a widow
OaftgetTi received from 'I .
r cpftujr .
of additional Inn franchlane
holiday the new Inn's restautantrFor 1111 The only other occupant. of
FootbtD Farm the National Defender. ProSerl ./ vNeves for Jennings sjvl..1 eight. years, after graduation ., i the building Mr and :Mr*. II.

The grant enable Omen I Jt"kJrYtU.. FTa, and llaraI .1 from "Ole ,.,....." Thomas who. or-cupl'd
On SaI4tSATURDAY end his staff to represent on --'-' I II H Burdette,
) c.IIV; I- rnrud. La.I fllle l a plat only when he escaped wltli-.

an experimental baste Indigent ..n...... by .heavy< traffic ** I I Cats trained at Ute Meridian alVd mm** M warn a profeeeitjrwaskee out apartment Injury, one The UurdVlf dog,
persons) chareed with mlade- Inns for a year and was Brave.. 11c\S
moron In Braxlfori' County d. *f MU Ltw"" '. (. hoUe bunk (upper. right) during a wsanphyxlat.d'
restaurant manager at the Married" for ten year., he s
By I The grant cover a two year Might ef fla..d..lag.F1ah. time of Ma election to Innkeeper recalls' bill youthful We 1 Vttne; 'r 0 ., by smoke Mr Bur ett. U ChI

Junior Woman's Club period In .Lar..... ceremony. "As a struggling< I I e r building manaverThe ..
fire reported by
Oreen believe the experimental I I I I "Jedglng from .lent .MII'.I) young beri-player, I wantedto ,? was
1 BurdiHte at '03 a m
I representation, pro- FloodAlmost aArmum-ement of award ,at give my bride the biggeM I Idlam I
South Walnut St. I (ram in Bradford County wtD the Annual Conference ofHorktay < I IIit'f"' .L- ,; the. for
remained scene
show the definite need for Inns ;W..pI*. married on one a b.aatufldtamnn _

(U. 8. 301) rueh) repceaentaUon' on a permaAent I I Term, our work is. cut out I In Ute Can/Una /l.nerd, tfamgee. Ifevbl. Coal. (rlgkl) and W l Ir. .IPepp.rr, abtml .art hour and a tttlfC.H

basis.. It his opinion three inches of rain the h1&b.u. also awash 1 for, M to Starke." Coats aaid) SubaM"|* that Ute duties of 11w Public! in discussing the opening -here toured the U. Oanexta, aixlMexico '
Fried OiUkea And AD In a O-nlniUe period Wednesday In front of the new Holiday day In*. lake. time set tn Mere urerediire* ne the new I ANI "un 1 $.\L';
Defender should be permanently I ItMo -. AU of the,! ..> pepper riM to -I
afternoon lmaMa&edporUon.e IInd HuHrk: Chevrolet Co. were'In pute rtM The Trtmmmp expanded to Include IIILerrp..ntaUon 10.B. I the curb at tur4tvant-Wlrb>M m Inn tnple-A .league play i There will be a tar wash
of Temple Avenue Water rose over ?
demeanor of some .. the top 10 per cent In Ute III family has a backgroundof deft rewewvla seer et5 llwllilay. !..". to a runiunler .la M mphla between the BJM gym and I A
3011. alowlng Uaflto to a Holiday Inn. ct.uIMctnc:
insolvent per eon*.This opinion nair* pace and causing ....... of the motors newtr..... sod naming for '!mI of the Tear ) aureaeaful feel operations fee fa.<. arevralo reaervatbMM. hawlluig. The" aewMlarhe buiMtngand a bake _I. on

Is shared by many attorney ii ears ta be drowned out on Little damage warn reported and -Imkeeper of the Tear I Irwocfut4oa. I, In Newton. )I.. where his I.. will featwee Ihla. rake. aloe ig _1111. ..... .... Call Mtrevt. on Saturday boo-

Thin. SpaN Coatrikvt and Jv ... In the) area and the highway. It was the wont eleewhere I and the waterquickly The Meridian, mother sIMI owtw end operatee '-....... awl .._... ...."... rwlnxnlag. .foul, and tfca- etherIradllloeieJ ginning. at I 9 a.... 'These projects
Weekly .. Put dz.: throughout Ute state. keeper was third runner-up| two reataurante IWforeluwtg : are spunenred by suv urganlxatlon .
Hooding along Ml since Hurricane receded' when the rain IlalWay ia..rvlr.) features.City
CoeflJBualtr Events y Additional appointments Dora came this way feastfeJL slacked. for Iflkeeper of the Tear: >/ llottday Inne, Pepper hove, : of the students of

Oreea said. may later be madel I It ha been a wet week with ''one of the Mervltasi housekeeper operetItfJ.un"t In MerVtean. Inrufc 'tar their/ three, robust tha HHJt Junior CteM.

The Community 110be l advisory eonnaltfw a* was. t. the top ten For the peat sta. months Uke the Costa family, the while' their/ father In con ernThonuuee The support of the piiMto
Two or three block were an arena of 6 Incbee reported
taw Defender's" reaponalbltl- of the aaltua. : and .ae Veka- ke fcae- teen en training at It". on the premises. ..I with led appetltea of .......- would be appreciated, by members
under water at Ute Intersection over the) countsince unda -
State Bank t tier are expanded and new of Pratt and burg. MUM. Inn' reetaareatj both the Meridian and LUe: of the Starlte Irani ars the dre/ta. of HuUilay. Inn guest '"f the ..........
: and Temple ,.
I legal areas are explored. .I |manager vie 'lagged. Tteetar.-/ artistic Nits Toms .bone at. each de,. .



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_TWO DRArFORD rroiTNTV rPLrflflAPIL HTARKR.. in.nitrriA '

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Mrs. Ena Ilarben of Atlantic Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Mrs. -
I Services HeldWednesday Prak 53 Rites Held For
Beach visited Mr. and! Mrs. Brunswick. Ga. spent the I Is

I/ # Lester; Crews last week. weekend with Mrs. Edna Hart. Services HeldWednesday Christ .
I Mrs. Larry Gibson was. In Mrs. Edith Christiansen returned For Mr. Harrell, 86, 1b '

Macomb. 111. the past week Saturday after upending The Answer

visiting her parents, Mr. and three months with h<*r Mr. C a nova, 62 Mrs. Dorothy'Clark Prak. 63. Retired FarmerWade

Mrs. J. A. Peterson. Mr. Peterson thiee daughters and son and ByR
GLADYS MOOTY of Lake Geneva, died SaturdayIn Hampton Harrell. 86,
: passed away on Sunday' of their families In New Orleans Alvarez Canova 82
Phone 961-0651 I Levy/ a Gainesville hospital afteran a retired farmer died Saturday Harveyf J
.v last week. La. following; fcurftery. died upon arrival at A Starfteirmpiral : extended illness.! She; was Sept. 25, at his home v.
Mrs. Merrill Edwards. vlslt 'a J. T. Polhiipi1 mfld/ dausrhterS, late Sunday atteHtoonolTowlngr : borr) in Camden Tnd. on Jan. Church
Brooker. First Baptist
: :Atlas Barbara Lame will enter Joseph L. Thornton of Ral- her mother, Mrs. H. a. Merow Janelle! and Lynn! *r'% m fetattte a brief iIltiCs. 27. 1902 and had lived at Lake near his widow, Pastor

the Florida;! Beauty College' ford and George Billy Mooreof In Tampa recently.Mr. burg.. Miss! vlrttlng Mr.Pollard's !Born in Sanderson ton Aug. Geneva for the past 10 years. Mrs.Survivingare Annie Harrell: a daughter Lawtey, Fia. t'1

1$ Jacksonville on October 4 Hawthorne are patients in and Mrs. Paul Mulllns mother. Mrs. Irene 12. 1003 his parents were the coming there from East Pa- Mr.*. Lucille Baxter of --
for seven-month course. doctor's Hospital. of North Wales, Pa. spent the Pollard who is seriously 111. Pate/ Edward E. And Eunice : .
latka. She was a member of Jacksonville;, a,son, J. C. Harrell Paul. In wrt born again yei &r* far" from,
,:MT. and Mrs. Phillip Cronk- Mrs. Gladys Weldon had first of last week with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Smith of Alvarez Canova. He was owner the Methodist The Apostle
Church. / Brooker five grandchildren :
Oalatda II the '
; of preaching positive"Gospel.
hate and family visited relatives her children. : and their families Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Oastonla, N. C. were guests of : and. manager. : 'of ,Oaio'5 Surviving ard her husband and seven great grand- Ing to Identifying the churches himself as a) Therefore! from the above text.
in West Florida a Prak of Lake Geneva children. .
not of men. aeJUi*. be assured! hat the1curse1
: over the weekend. ludlnti Mr. unit Mrs C. M visiting! former classmates week. years and served'several two services held Apostle
; daughters Mrs. were \ '
Christ of God is
Mr.-. And Mrs. J. B. Dansby Patrick of West Florida, Mr. at Florida Presbyterian College S. E. Sparks underwent surgery terms on the Starke City Coun- Max Myers of 3 Sunday in New Hope by man. but by Jesus uponthem.
Dowagiac Mich., a L p.m. de the
Father. Paul and tragedy of it all.
end, Miss Sharon Whtgham\ of and Mrs. S A Weldon of In St. Petersburg recently.Mrs. I Sunday night In the cil. He was a member of the and Mrs. June Primitive Baptist Church with and God the is
Groggel!! of Kalamazoo Jssus that Innocent
Christ gv people are
P I ;
sons. He l toy
that misled. children *
?Lr..and Mrs. R. O. DansbY. A. Weldon and Surviving are his widow, Himself! for our sins. and
of Lake City. and City Mrs. Warren Blanch- condition Is listed: critical. Dale Prak, San Antonio. Tex- Rev. Herman Moody officiat I
Ttoi' Dansbys also had as Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Weldon ard of I Mona Alderman Canova. of might deliver us from this present jlrls are led to believe that all
R. of visItors Mr and
J. Tampa were recent Mrs. Billy Harrington ai; Duke H. Prak and A. J. t ing. Interment was in New '
ilrday overnight guests, Mr. Jacksonville.Mrs. of Mrs. Carrie Ritch Starke; three sons, Levy A. evil worM.! and says Paul] that Js required la church
and and daughter of Jacksonville : Prak, Jr., both of Dowagiac. Hope Cemetery under direction I'I'"Thill
.nd Mrs. Homer Fain and Canova Jr., Jacksonville; David was according to the wl" membership and many grow
W N. North of Nashville Miss! Annie Darby. and Mr. and Mrs. MarIon i Mich.; three of Jones-Johnson Funeral
brothers Andrew
frn.[ Ed. of Ozark. Ala Tonn was here on bust- Boy* 8 thru 13 Resistor Harrington of Cocoa I E. Canova., and George A. artf; Dallas Clark of Home of Gainesville. of God. our Father. To whon I Into adult age'ellevthg\ that
both f
J. D. Warren Is in Washlnsflon /ices and visiting friends Mon. now for Ford Dealer's National Beach spent the weektmld!' withMr. Canova. both of Starke; two Detroit Mich. be glory forever and ever. til ia ,well becau: they ars
D. this week busl- bother. F. Allen and Julian ; Lee Clark of And:! Paul marvelled thit' members of a church, and: mil
C. on
day Football Fans .
antf;: Tuesday. She was also I League Punt ; Gladys Harrington an& Fort Wayne Ind. and two sis Mrs. Dora Burton
J. both of Gainesville ; in that day were so eat lions die and'nter ttUQ: .eternity
-_. visiting her son and family, and Kick Competition. Get attended the U. of F. game. Canova ; ters. Mrs. Catherine many -
Mrs. Don Bagwell and! son. and four grandchildren. Miles of Passes Sept. 23 fly led to believe in some othc only to find that all of
: : ; Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis Jr.. full detail* at Terwllleirar/ Mo- Mrs. Alice Andarson and Holland, Mich., and Mrs. Margaret ,
Connie and Mr. and Mrs. in Funeral services were held -, way Into Eternal Life o'he their uniting with the'church
Gainesville. tors. C'o. sponsored by Starke Mrs. Bobby Turner attendedthe Held
Polamchock Rites Sunday
at 3:3O in the Decatur. of Christ. Wall to no avail.
Johnny Johnson! attended a Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch Jd.Y'I't'I. funeral of Mrs. Anderson's! : p.m. Wednesday Mir-h. than, by the Gospel

"tally reunion In Hermitage. n/l family of Tallahassee attended Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis mother Mrs. Dora Burton In Madison Street Baptist Church Funeral .services (Mrs. nora Burton' motherof Anl: _Paul declared them wa No wonder Pattl stated in

Teftn. over the weeitrn'l.: the funeral of Mrs. of Folkston, Ga. were visiting Rome Ga. on Sunday after with Rev Felder L. Rowan I Wednesday in the were held Mrs. Alice Anderson of no other yet reminded, them his writings to the chuith.:\ at

: Mr. 'end MIS. F. L IfafT: Jean Etta Hoover last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickeringthe noon. They were accompanied offlcbLtlng. Interment was In Sons Chapel. Newell & Starke died. Thursday Sept. that there were many that Rome. In Ronn. 1U8 *'Fpr I

<4 sons of Jacksonville were Mrs. B rtha Pearce was first of last week. by an uncle, I. B. Burton, and the family plot' In Crosby Interment Decatur.In Mich 23. at the home of her daughter would\ even dare pervert th im not ashamed of the gospel

Sunday visitors of Mrs Lutlli.Davis. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Hardea. of Fern- cousin, Mrs. D. B. Lawrence, Lake Cemetery Older 'direction at was Decatur.LakesideCemetery MI'II. Carl Bauer in Greenville Gospel of Christ Which meant of Christ: for It is the ''power'

Mary Lane! and Mrs. Mary andina Bench Mrs. R. L. Fox of Orlando. of DeWltt C. Jones Fun C. Jones Funeral DeWitt. / Miss. Funeral service that many would seek to teach :it God unto 'salvation'' to

Boy 8 thru 13 Iteglslc Beth Peacock in Jacksonville of Lcesburg and Jff Davisof Mr. and Mrs. Leonard eral Homu. In charge of local Home was were held Sunday Sept. 28. at other than the 'true' Gospel 0 every one that believeth." Thi.

low for Ford Dealer's National I from Friday to Tuesday. Frultland' Park Mrs. Orover Noeget ami': Stevle were guests Active pallbearers Were Carl arrange.monte. -' 2:30: p.m. in Rome, Ga. Christ ar j to preach '.de- saving Gospel la, tbat'Christ''

football League Punt Pass,. Mrs. Ed Prevatt and MrsGertrude Perryman of Dothan Ala. and of the Billie Noegels at their Johns Adolph Gay J. T. Law- Survivors Include three ceiving gospel Instead.: died for the sins of every person -
;ind Kick Coraoetltlon. Ce L B6n. Roger Dansby,J. P. Jau- Mrs. But said Paul. "There 1s no that; every person is: bornIn
Packham spent the Mrs. George Lennon and( Mrs.. I camp In the National Forest daughters Mrs. Bauer.
full details at Terwlllegar! ) -. weekend!: with Mr. and Mrs. Fleetwood Howard of Jackson- near Ocala last weekend. don, and R. A. Green Jr. Services Held Anderson and Mrs. W. J. another." And Galatlan' sin. and must believe In the

30r,. Co. sponsored by Stark Edwin Prevail In Orlando.Mr. ville were recent visitors of$ SP4| Thomas E. Hugging arrived -. Johnson of Miami; three IOns. 1::8. 9. Paul said. "But thougl: shed blood;of Jesus Christ on

"''anees. ft ml Mrs. Rnlford, Alva- Mrs. L. A. Davis.Attending home last Thursday following Mrs. Underhill, 76 Sunday For Charles K. Burton of Atlanta. we, or angel from heaven. Calvary as the only .remedy:

:_Vrm. M. F, Brown was In rose and firm nf .lntksnnvllln !! the St. discharge! after threeyears' Passes SundayMrs. Ga., John F. Burton of Knoxville preach any other gospel. wit for sln. And accept, HIM a*

.Maoclcnny over! the weekend visited Mrs Erne Johns Fr of the Diocesan I service. Ho spent the Mr. Green 78 Tenn., and Ben F. Bur- you than that which we havi Saviour with no reservation

toiling Dr. and Mrs. Marcus dny. On Saturday Mrs. Johns' Council of Catholic Women I past two and a half years In. Ruby :Morgan. ,Under ton of Wuterford Conn. 15 preached unto you let him b if self. Yes. Christ Is.'t.he 'wax1

Brown and family. niece, Mrs. Henry Carter, meeting on Thursday of last Germany.Mrs. bill, 76. of Starke' died Sunday grandchildren and 17 great -he 'truth1: the 'life (Jhrla j b
Truby Green. 78. of Raiford accursed. A* we said before II.aY'
Mr. end) Mrs. John Buckleyof Miss Gale McClclInn, and Mix week evening at home following randchUdren.
at the Red Barn Resta- R. G. Paterson was In her died I the Answer.THR .
again If
Friday. Sept. 24. In a now any mar:
Sarasota visited the latter's Whlteheml, nil of MaxvillViwlted urant In Lake City were, Mrs. Fort Lauderdale last week a brief illness.Mrs. .. !

parents, Mr. and Mrs. David / her. George Bnlsdej Joe Glsty, Mrs. Michael Gll- visiting her parents Mr and I IMis. UndnrhUI WIUI born in Starke Miners.ho'pital Born after in an Brad-extended Brooker 4-H Club you preach than any that other ye have gospel recelv unt RIGHT POINT Tee theway'

!Browning on Sunday.: and Miss| Martha Holowny of hooly and Mrs. Francis Men?I C. F. Bowers who were Clay County on FeA. 15. 1889! ford ed. let him be accursed.'' .J.toWrlhe.. ; Comes In and
County he had resided National
Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last Jacksonville visited( Mrs. Johns of Starke and Mrs. Emory Ir r celebrating their 50th wedding I the daughter of the late L. U. in : Members .elect. your favorite KSTERMIIOOK -
Ralford all of MA life. He It Is amazing today tha .
Tuesday and Wednesday with Sunday. Cooper und Mrs. Lena demons i anniversary. and Martha Drew Morgan. She. 4-H Club Week fountain pi m TELE
I was a retired who love
farmer and) machinist men profess! to an:
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis Jr. Mrs. T. F. Strickland' of of Keystone Heights. Boys 8 thru 13 Reflate r was a member of the Union GRAPH.

In Gainesville. Belle Glade was visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Para- now for Ford Dealer's Nations I Primitive Baptist: Church and Johnstown, and a member of the The Brooker 4-H Club met honor God. and profess to be, .

... Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tlson of and Mrs. Paul Raymond over more and, 'family have pur Football League.! Punt, 1'_. had lived in Bradford County Baptist Church.Survlvlnfrj Monday. Sept. 27. in the Community -
Beach week- the weekend. most of her life. are his wife. Mrs. Center in honor 01
JFemandlna were chased the John Torode homeat and Kirk Competition Ge I
end guests of Mrs. O. L. Mrs. Jack Kaves' ''nnd (, 513 N. Walnut street. full details. at Terwlllrnar' Surviving are her hunban 1,. Blosstum Green, five daughters I National 4-H Club Week. Th. DO YOUR SHRUBS A FAVOR

Beaaley and Mrs. J. W. Kin. ren have returned from hll'I-1 Dr. and': Mrs. Terry Fletcher! tors. Co. Sponsored by Stark S Oliver L. Underhill; one Lake, Mrs.Butler Beulnh Thornton of meeting was called to orde. ,

ald. '111. where they were ; and Mrs. Steve Kelly of Jacksonville Jaycee daughter Mrs. Eva Kreeman; : Mrs. Ttessle Mc- by President Pat Castlen. He DURINR THE NEXT 6 WEEKS

Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns her pnients Mr. and Mrs. L. were guests of Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Comer Prry. five oons Rodman U., Vasco,,, I CBllster. Mrs. A-idle Rhoden also led the group In pledges HAVE YOUR SHRUBBERY

and Mrs. A. O Andieu were C. Hiirly and family for two Mrs. Ervin Andrews! at the man of Jacksonville were visit.Ing O. J., Col ley, and. Richard. A.Underhill. Mrs. Edgyle Griffiths and to the American Flag and t.lIi

In Valdosta, Oa. on < 8undu weeks. Rotary Chn,[lty Ball Saturdayof r Judge and, Mrs.' E K all of Starke; one 11 I Mrs. EloIse Stubbn all of Rai- i '1a&,. II i
visiting Dr and'' Mrs. J. L Douglas Seymour and Rlch- last week.: Perryman on Saturday brother. Leaton Morgan Sr., ford; three sons: Gus Green I Plans. were made for the SPRAYED WITH OILTo

Stlth and family. nrd Walnwilght/ of FSU were Mrs. A. Russell Norman attended Mr. and Mis. 8. E. Reyes I and a sister Mr. James Sa.- of Lochloosa; Anise! Green of yearns;' : plan of work beginning
Attending the annual convention home for ths weekend. Doug' ser, both of Starke; 22:< grandchildren Baltimore Md.; ani Louis 'I with e membership campaign'which '
Founding Cere anj' family of Jacksonvill I control scale Insects white flyred) spider and
his and \ and 10 great Green of' of Ralford; four sis will be started with
of the Florida Cosine *nj parents! Mr. Mrs. grand : a ,
mony and banquet for Beta spent Sunday with her -
parents other Insects should be
shrubbery sprayed during
ters. Mrs. Minnie
L. Silcox of
J. attended the children. i hamburger Oct ,
p. Seymour fry Monday .|
tologlst Association '
In the Epsilon chaptr of Delta Kap Mr. and Mrs. J. S. 8upanc ;; ,
Blountstown Mrs. E.otlna the next 6 weeks. Oil healthy
Funeral services were held I ; 4. epraysjtowcan mean
Hotel Robert Meyer over tire, U. of football, lIame.MI'a. pa Gamma Society last Thurs il!( family ,
at 2:30: Thursday Sept Southeiland of Starke: Mrs. A Conn | vigoroun growing plant thw- Hpringv Oil
p.m. report was given by
weekend were: Orlrf Hut chin.. Clyde Tenilllenar\ en1rrkliiE.l1 day night at the Ramoda Mrs. J. G Bennett and tw,')
Molse DoddRosriii; ;fsfnUHi: j "' (* ittre.*' ;Wl'dncllrtay Inn In GainesvIlle Mrs. Mar daughters of Clearwater were JO, with Rider B. II. Rawls.nd Mazy. Sparkrnan. J+!c) 1001ia. ell T>fl) .,K Uv Fat, ,Cantlen on 1 Emulsion ii" the most economical up ray.
SI Rider Herman Moody offtciatlng. and Mrs. Mawxle Forsylhj-of his tip to National 4-1! Con-
Elizabeth Seymour Reba and mornJnv bridge, club at tho Jean Packard. Mu State President visiting their aunt Mrs. Ruby I |
Karen Melson, Sharon Game Gainesville! Golf and Country gave the address "Light Johns over the weekend. Interment won In I Hampton; three brothers fcrenie this summer In GainI I FREE (INSPECTIONS:" ; Florida
the '
family Cemetery MlzelGreen, of Raiford I Jeff esvilleV.
plot in.Dyal
; were enjoyed -
Beany Smith and Eloise. toil, Club at Bridge-luncheon lastThursday lag! Candles In Delta Kapp Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling. '
don. under direction of De-. Green of Anderson; Ind.; and |>y the 16 club members CALL Post
Gamma. hum and daughter of Jacksonville Witt C. Jones.Funeral;\ : )[ Leamon Green of Gainesville. present and the adult leaders !
i __ Byron Terwllleimr hAil re. were visiting Mr. and;I '
Active pallbearers ome'j Funeral services were held ;Mrs. T. W, Markey, Albert | 964-3965
turned to Mi Junior at t Mrs. Guy Sale on Sunday. Controlen.
year of deceased.Mr. at
grandsons the 3 p. m. Sunday In. the Spark, and Mr. and Mrs.
The Bolles School In Mis. David A .
Jackson Montgomery and I I Johnstown Baptist Church Stoke : ;

.r Y ville.Mrs. A. N. Wyllvs of Hastings -; children.. L. Tolbert and hr!!of mother Lrke MrsH. City Beam, 82 with Rev.. Interment George Robbins offlriatlnT. ,
was In Sapp
;SAVh $$22 la visiting/ Mr. nml ]Mrs.Owrjce I pent the weeken1' with Mr
t Cemetery near Raiford. i
Roberts'' Jr this weekS and Mrs. Robert Byrd 1 In St Passes Wed. III .

...>rnl nrlmittnnres to Bradford Petersburg. '

", t "''''> County IfoRpltnl" thin Attending the slate ronv/!n- Very SuddenlyCyrus Dean Norman : '
4 (, ,0(1( ( IS'; .'1" ....' week )Include I : Sylvester B. lion of the County Commis Is New President !1 Peoplebuy :

,r .; o: ZnltoWftkl, Jimes. M. Dacron, stoners Association In Miami .
'k; 'Rr' I .. ,\ Ray 'Stone. Knthy K.: Conway from Sunday to Thursdaywere E. Beam 82. of Morgan -; I;Of BHS CES Club ; '

E. A J Mrs. Lmirn enrh and Mrs. Jerome Johns, George Rood. Stacks died unex .
7Th !
f ..'" I onna Sue Wilkes, all of Roberts. Dave Shi ford. Zedra poctedly early Wednejtfaj, Bradford Mljrh School senior I Jim Walter

Stmke; Mrs. Wlllio Mae Tlson Hamilton, lone Shaw and while on a visit In Norton. Va Dean Norman was electedprenldtit I .

and Stephen. Brown of Waldo; Sen. Charley Johns. Mr. Beam was native ol of the Coopeiatlvi .,
; BIRDtS4\ Mm Ilethnu" Ksteii: of twiwtey; Pennsylvania and:! had livel:;! Education CTut at Its firstmeeting '
% Gee missionaries who have
Mrs" nernlece R. Holmes. of been guest In the Prophet's near Staike since 1941 com on Auiust 27. homes because .
% rake Hutler: Mrs. Shirley Nor- Room Ing here from Lcesturg. Before Other! elected officer are ,
at t.he Tabernacle
film/ n and Mrs./ Hunts his retirement he Diane Thomas. vle-prsHent
Brough- was employed ; .
Chapel for
tarS days left
ton of Hampton; Robert L. I for Tampi. Dr. McGee In the post' office at Carolyn: Faulkner t-eretary. they are better ,
Stanley of Keystone Heights:,, was speaker at tho Tabernacle Camp BlarvJIni1' during World and Anne Savage, treasurer.
and John I... Oroen of Ral- church War U. Me and his wife Mrs. Officer. 7polnted; bv U\
; service lust
ry' ,. -1 1'iba' Sunday.
< tordMr.. I Mary U Beam.; h d been married president! Inrlutft Gail McKln- -not because

an'' Mrs. F.. P. Rcnn-M- : for, 1111 yours.BrMd ney. chaplain 1 Hobbs!:' vet h.

have returned after a week's Mrs. Kirby 67 <$ his wit'!. Mr. BeamIs semeant-at-arma: Bobby Pat-

visit with his parents, Mr. and I survived by five daughters. trick parilmentarlan. ar''

Mrs. J. T. Branch In Norfolk Services Held Mrs. Thf Imi Tllorntf Kltws- Toads Dlxnn. repartrr:) they are cheaper

Va. and vacationing nt Naas 1 Sunday Sept. 26 'erj Lake.; }Mr'-t.Margaret\! Pcncyer. The CEC I li
Head. Legend<< and Myrtle Rt. 7. stirke; Mrs. Lorraine "' 4S members this term.

Be.ich N. C. I 110ft.... Sarah Luks' KIrby, 87,, Ha.:djrk. Jacksonville! ; There are :20 Diversified Cooperative

Miss Carol Rearing<< and of Sfvke: I died Thurwray,, Mri.! Vivian Arldlwn.! Doctors I TV-lining member.

Freeman Register HI left lost Sept 33 after an extended tIln .Inlet: and MM! Ann Beam and 2A coorerittlve BusinessPktue.tlnn

Tueslny for Athens. College in (fjs. She was born In Charlton' Tampa; three'snna." Iran members.

Athens Ala. County Georgia on June 23. Beam Jacks: :>nvllle: Eugene Main objerHve of the CFC

MHs Mi run ret Morehead of 1878 and had lived In Brat- Beam. Wirrhlta. Kan.; and for the 1M5-M school tem I.Ito .

Jacksonville' was recent guest ford County fee over 80 years. Sgt. Robert L. Beam. Japan: ; better the school and the 2. -- _ _
ot Mr and Mrs. T. C. Chantain. She was member of the Con- two sisters Mrs. Mary L community through activitiesof
The Chnstalns also had greiatlonil Holiness I the club. v
Church. Smith.
I Tamra. an J Miss! Prudy
as last Sunday visitors Mr. i Surviving ore' two daughters' Beam. Pittsburgh.: Pa. ons:! Club advisers at1, instructors But) 1.10 .. -

: : 1. ibii: : and Mrs. Marvin Holmes of1 Mis. Pearl Gilfflii!, of 1.awtf'y.ani ,I brother Alonzo B am. Pltu- Bill Costello and Mrs. Sandra SO\\ .. I Ia

Lake Butler. Mrs. Jinl Bell Chevser burgh 21 grandchildren and Mogelvanc.Rveifreen. .... --1. ::
.di -
Mr and Mrs. Willis Smith of Jacksonville: two !(>ns. Diamond one great-grandchild. S ,s' :: ;
at> Morgan City. La. were recent J. anf, V. tie 1\1'RnRF.N': : rnt'RMI ;; : aI 3-S.d .
Ivory Luke. was a member of the OOI
I" 1JI% guests of Mr. and Mrs. n.1 I both of Starke: ; (on! brother Methodist Church. PLANS ClO PF.L 11"11:" .. ", ... iF

A. Colson. Lee Luke of B1ack'.hear, Oa.: Interment wUl be In Memory Baptist Church .... ".I"' ", I. .- -

Mrs. Guy Atrirews:! attended 33 sranlchlMrerl and over 40 Gardens. Jacksonville but will conduct a Gospel Sing S ...... '''- .....Io.. uJ-L

___, the Presbyterlal Council meet- ,great gramfjhlkren.Fimeral :: time of eer1cea hid not been starting .t 7:30: p.m. S turd ,.ict .... "'" ;';! I'" :ii
Inn In Jacksonville -.8' ... .
I'! 'e'lty.nny" .
< services wers held announced<< fill.. 1
30,000 ITU Htoftr with blowir. < Thursday. DeWitt \y. Ort. 2. Everyone Is Invited eo' n -
8 thru 13 Reajnter at 2:30: 't\ m: Rundav C. ,
---- at the Jones t Funeral Home t to attend.
: luau up I Ie 100 squall hit. for be \110 .04 _ _ _
now Ford Iteitlrr'" .
I Nation! KTavest:' In KlnTsley' Ijike In .npfqnf arrangement .. .. ......-
ii ligulariV priced it $12.tO "' <""
Font hull/ ....- ..... eco
lAin l.ritcnr' lunl Pasii. Crmrtpry with Rev. Willie ,..-, .,....
E $4US anel Kick Competition. Get I II 'I Ortffls and R'v. Willie Crews: rustic Nntrbonli f.SO at thTCLEORAril. riaatic Notebook $2.50 at theTELEC4.APII. s--- """ -

_ 40,000 ITU Heater with il 8..r. I I I full dt'I.Ial/ ( Ter llle(ar Kin officiating. Interment was In I j U- ... BUILT ON YOUR LOT
fleets up to 132S square r",. I tore. ('n. Sponsored. by Starke the famllv plot under directionof ...... ""' M NO MONEY DOWN

Regularly prictd Qt SlUG I I J.ivreen. DrWItt C. Jones Funeral I ., :::' ioI'1 .fi FINANCED i
; 100
-.- lAin IIRD SPECIAL ISMS I II i Johns Mr. and and children Mrs. of Elmer Tampn L by Home.served Grandsons" as pallbearers.. of Mrs. Kir. I I WIN A PILE I ; ,;;...... 1M a 22 OTHER,'MODELS%

were visiting Mr. and ?'1rII. J ..... ..... AIwe....
.. 0511* O T. InI .-...- ... iff., w5.. or......... .....
Quigley and other fWoIJIooa
relative Wa/Iw/ ..... .
B* an early bird. BUY a Dearborn \hlSOV:. RTRF.rn.PTIST .w..... , .
NOV $$1965 over the weekend.Mr. CASH POT :ri.: ..-'- MOlt rny bidq.i, o.t ,.... espy" d ...
heater NOW EASY CHURCh KOCH : iou 1965
and andf Mrs. O. 0, stray- 900 West Madison Street ;I ::; sssg :w .. ceaulog .1 ho..1 ..... fttfcMla"

received $22.95 BLOWER fREEI born of Wildwood and Mr. :I No Pntalr. to S .!T.S Nothing to "....t4'o No

and Mrs. G. B. Tompkins of Sunday Services --" Sunday : Stamp. to Lick. No Obi c*tl Telephone or Visit Coleman were visiting Mr. and School. 9:46 !. c\; \
: a. m.. Worship.I Each Wfrk or S.v.ral Ttnw* a flaysad
our Office Today Mrs. 1\(. F. Iti/en: an J Mr. and 11 a. m. and 7:3O: p. m. TrainIng I Oot V Htr FRr.r. Tmh P.f TlrkM.Week's -*!LottsnIooM' ,

Mrs. V. V. Haxen on Sunday. Union. 8:13: p. m. Wednes. Last Winner f,77 I; ": -,
Mrs. L, D Green reentered 11Cet
day: Midweek\ worship' 7:30: .

Alarhun General Hnopltal on p. nv All bul):-iir i Air Conditioned I Unclaimed t-..-.....-- ..

GREEN'S. .FUEL further Wednesday, observation of lust weak for i.nd convenient" off Cash Pot Now $$50.00Quality ''I I ----"---_.-hes--....-.' j(
street parking .-vaUable.I I Jacksonville Fla.! .... -

of Florida Corp. ( "1 was glad when they said ,INAal __ -rn' '. .I,
I I Mrs. Joe Bakken underwent unto me. Let t and qominy ft tin'I n>ttoaat 32S1( West Dearer SI.P. .
us Into
, go the i .
-we TX-32 .' Phone 9.12:11: surgery Monday In Alachua house of the Lord." Psalm 1,. .. KOCV-S DRTOH. IUv Tour Next R* O. Box 6248. I CIIY. -. .1fA,. 'L. I

, .., A A 'II I.. :.General( n..pltal.. 132:1.: Felder L. Rowan, Pa4- I Kllb. *! Phone 3S'1.IIU -- I

tor. : I.U I..;......, .. _
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New OfficersOf I !I Husbands Night Dove Season they are trucsts. Respect" the rajlronit/ I M to regain. sv mall I

s Garden Club I ownei's rltihts and 1 piojurty.Cloud run tract between the two clt- LEON'SSniei
i Set By Junior .!.
) manners keep. down postcis lea. I
t (Are Installed d (And Senior Clubs To Open I which keep you out."

I Bob Lappe Wins !
| The Starke Oartfen Club ln1 t' A covered dish supper, especially Saturday Jodie
GLADYS MOOTY 1 stalled officers for the coming for htmbands will be ( Pilot's License -
year' at its meeting Mondaynight bald! at the Starke Woman'sI I' Florida'do\" hlln-I'1'II will Signs Lake City !

Phone 964-0651 ,i in the Episcopal Parish I T Club tonight Thjuraduy( twice tn the fleU nt 11: noon Rob Iwipjio of Stark flew
House A covered dish supper Starting at 7 p.m.. membersof I I Saturday.. Oct. 2. when the Track Scholarship I the rrqllll'l,1 touts and recelv/ 1

f with Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Senior and Junior Woman' flint pha.i of the in65-t! > migratory Joe Flel i bmkitbtilland !
1 and Mrs. L. V. H&rdln. as Clubs will fete their dave hunting season at Stivigwl Field in Oalne*
hostesses, preceded the meet- husbands at a talent show I I I; oi>f'n. statewide ncrorrtlna t. I Luke iTUHS-coiintry City Junior c-o.u-h at vlllo on Hrpt. :23, with Lacy
; B, Clialniun.Onnve i College, hasannounced Conway ai! flight instructor.A .
W. Copelamt.
,I Inc. and upper. The event I Ie bOo I l the iri tII'I"Jof' Jo- BREAKFASTServed T
Mloa DeUa Rosenberg presao Log staged to familiarize the. ni>'i Fresh} Water 'bh l lCommUslon. > I die Mumlfn.. of Ilrookrr\ tn n private pilot'. certificateentitles
I .
dent of the Florida BPW club. q b husbands of club member Rrnnt-ln-ai.i the owner to carrypuiweiiKerH Anytime '']
1 I Cream rMun.lon ) not for hire and .. :
with of the activities of Hunting will be nl'.owletery !
was Installing officer. Beforeelvitw I some
"holl\tllhll'" 2 E( GS. IIAM -
until 1 to pilot a piano for pleasure
the duties of each officer the two groups, and to pro- day from 13 nom tittrndrd Tnlon .
t sunset, t.hl'oufINavrn/, lf'r 7, lad In the furtherance of his ANU GRITSHAMBURGERS 1..
Miss Rosenberg1 gave a mote fellowship County high 1-11'1'01| l In Lake oUllln.__.
poem of their Zodiacal sign "They wonder what we do except In that portion; of llutler. and wu. n (,"' --,:olln.try -
and presented them with the 'i at the Woman's Clubs, ant wa Franklin! County known as finalist and state. mile SSe : : '

flower of their birthmonth.Each read off a list of civic ac- Alllirator Point. champion' laud ytvir. lie In. the Recent Births I
officer placed her flower .. compllshmenta, but we. want Dove hunters will be allowed son of Air.\ and 1 Mrs\ I'at :Mim- ..... ,
In an arrangement which .''our husbands to know that a 'd1 lly bin limit of 13 witha I dt'l\ who live nottr Itrookt-r. Me. and. Mm\ PVIwIn.: nttll..y

t I I when completed: ; symbolized Leach-Lewis we have fun. also," Mrs. Calvin total pusM Mon limit of 24. i IMr, Mu mien U _H'lull'll with of Tnnipii, announce the birth ..:

their unity and cooperation In Wedding PlansAnnounced ,I Houpt senior club president (Hunters must possess\ valid' the comprewor ta4lon. of of a "son, Adam Timothy, on Our Specialty
Ii i I I working with and for the Oar- said. hunting licenses' available Khtrlttt OM Cumpnny Sept :33.: Maternal grandparents ;
den Club. Officers Installed A highlight of the talent 'I firm all County Jttdxe.i) shot- i are, Mr. and Mr*. I'hllllp

I I were: president Mrs. L. V. Miss Linda Leach and Ooov- show will be a newly organta.1 HTniY must be phuwd!: to 14 Flap: Stops Cionkhlt of Stnrke.Bradford 15C Each--:
ed inimical thtee-shell capacity, mid r flcare +
Hardin; first vicepresidentMrs. group ;
ge Lewis will be united In County Hospitalannounce oil
D. H. Penoyer. second of club member, and feature pi-ohlbltwl for taking ml- : To Be Dropped ,.
marriage: at 8 p. m. Saturday the following
vice-president. T. B. Harding; Oct.: 8. In the Laura Baptist ing "unuaual" instruments, Kratory btrcl.t. I i By Seaboard RR litrth: 10 TO GO ; .
Mr. Lee Green Is director of
third vice-president. Mr A. Second hunting
Church. Rev. Donald Willis phase dove tin and Mrs Jimmy Lewis.
j. I Russell Norman; recording will perform the ceremony: the band and promises. that. UtrLi November :20 and continues I The Jrl..rlol.rullII'/ SorvloiI Sweat, Jr. Shake, a son, Jim ?;
secretary, Mr. J. D. Doyle: The bride-elect: Is the husbands will enjoy the program tlirouuli ivccmbor' 5 I ConimlNMlon. has panted. the my Lewis Sweat III tvpt :33 FOR 1.00

treasurer, Mr*. Edwin William daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Cecil to bo proiiciUcd. The third .wnton, otx-m Deoombcr Si>"nbr>,nnt Air L.lnc HnilrimilnulhoHty Mr. and Mr. Manuel (1 ,

\ I *. Leach of Starke. She graduated Mr Houpt urge:) all memhers 18 and cloars January to illMntlnii 14 : Agullrnt" l hike tieneva, aDuma They lreIJtoIi'lou" ,.,.

\. Mrs. Hardin presented a from Bradford County of tooth club to attend 3. flag\ stops| on a .passenger daughter" \ Huns:I Sept. Huy ,Wm; fly The SackSfft -
bring a covered dull, anf slat Gain oix'ratlnjr In North KlorInoludtfd
potted plant arrangement! to ::1\:
Copeland said "There will .
High In 1964 and is
I husband;" ;:
,. Miss Rosenberg-. Date for the now employed, at the General I \bring\ your be strict patrollinit' on early Ids. Mr. amp Mr. !Rill Little E. ItrowhU-e .

Spring flower ahow were tentatively Electric plant near<< Gainesville dove' and mar hhtlahootll1l1 < in <'I the flag *ti"|M to ton fitfltlierg, Stark, A son, Owned by Leon Dlcandid.MOUIW .

j ;I\ *et for April 30 and UDC To MeetW. by both State and Federal law I be ilim-ontlnued. tiro awtey, halls Uttlotor. llehberir Jr.? :-

May 1. Mr. Lewis Is the son of Mrs. enforcement' officers to "mw' Hampton Hawthorne Orange" Sept :l". -
\ r Heights and aoveral. others.The Mr. and I Mr, fillly Charles :Monday< ThurHtlaj.
Pat Martin of Starke. He T. Weeks chapter U. that all reKikliktlon" are enfor
Li' I I01" Mrs. Norman graduated from Bradford D. C. will moet Wednca-' ced. We urge! all hunter to I avaUxird spade l, In its Norman iMwIty. a daughter .B 1 A. :\1. H I'. 'I. ..

."\ .;.j County High School in 1964 day. Oct. 6. at 3:30: o'clock at abide by all hunting regulation |1..IIII..n .Met! t c-llnilnntU of the Unit INiulotte. Sept. :2ll. Friday & Saturday-.-
Appears On Panel flag nt< >. ( Jiicknonvllln .
id ii
between\ Mr. Allen Bradford "
: Mr and "
I and is 1 employed with Wtnn the home of Mr*. O. L. Heasley and to hunt safely at all I and :Ml.unlvnlil 6 A. M. 9 I I'. M.
l .
,W '\\f\1\\ \:' 1t"II Workshop Dixie In SUrke. I timoA. Hunters should ''' I|
I and Mre..1. W. Klncald. In an hnl'.IV..pnt. of the ser- Allen. ,
a lion. Larry Sept
i All friends and relative of I I bw tIIlticon they hunt on yk'" which i* necessary. 12 NOON:> TO M I' !"r
II Elaine Gillhooly I Weds Billy H. Wiggins\i Mr. Muriel l S. Norman attended the couple are Invited to attend tie lands' of another tenon if thee 27..
In St. Edwards Church, September 11 I I workshop:: the board combined meeting' and fall the wedding.

MUM Oayto Dam Otlhooly. ThU same embroidery formed luncheon of Mu State. Delta BPW Officers '

daughter Michael OUhooly of Mr. and of Starke.Mr.. In the back front a panel circular of her chapel cklit. Kappa the Oamma new Ramda on Saturdayat Inn In I Attend Meeting ANNOUNCING. THE 66s FROM. FORD' ,,.w:

became the bride of Billy H. train .watt attached by a pouf Gainesville. In Gainesville -
Wiggins ion of Mrs. John H. bow at the waistline. She wore i "Are We Creative Individuals

Wiggins and the late Mr. W1Kgtna. a regal I crown of pearl and ?" wa the theme for themertkna. Mr. Margaret Brown, president FORDS ultra-luxurious LTD's ,
At the luncheon Mrs : new quiet new high-performance
of Jacksonville, at a ceremony erqutin! secured" to a butterflyveil of the SPY Club. MliuDelta ,
I 1 Kornvan and a panel of chapter Rosenberg.. Mat RIW
performed Friday. Sept. of ahf'f're.t Uluson. I
17.: ., 8.OO p. m. In St. Edwwrd's only ornament was)a pearl president presented"HlffhllxhU Club president )of.... De ta 7-Litre models with] {[. VNES : lively newXL's: "#
of the Southeast Dyat Mrs. Evelyn Money, and ,
.Catholic C1uu ch. Rer.Thorns necklace, a. gift of the ,room.Shf' I
.F. Kelly performedthe carried Regional Conference. Mr. Mr*. Rlotse McB.. of Starke, NNGT's
a csvscade arrangement -
j. } nuptials.\. of white aster anj Norman spoke on The Leaser and Mr*. Dorothy MHtxerger convertibles.I.JCNS : new flair for the economy champ.MUSTANGS .

A* the guests assembled, mums centered) by an orchH.Mri. i Known Character of Virgin]* of Green. Cove Spring attended ,
Mrs J!:. A. Lamm of Keystone I History a* presented tn a a Sunday meeting of Hin "
Otlhooly chose! for her fun-filled than ]FEATURES from new"
I Heights. rendered nuptial mu- daughter' edlrMr, a rose. lace play at the Southeast Regional p ,I riot Three of the Florida F.*leratkm l- I : more ever. : a ...
sic Conference: on Virginia Night of BPW\ Club In the

The altar of the church .wasdecorated style over. with taffeta which uow-n.she prince wore Mr*. Norman tit president of Ramada Inn In (Oalnesvlll. stereo tape player 'new' Magic Doorgate forwagons -

with two pedestal matching a ,
Dyal Stat. Public Relations
baskets! of white tladloll and I'' purple orchid. Baker. Bradford Clay '
mixes and Union Countie chairman were. Introduced by swings 'out 'for people and down for )
and branched cande Mrs. Wiggins mother of the t Mr. Hare Placer, Ctalneovtlle, ( ,. cargo .
labra'with lighted white Uperi. -, Boom wa attired In a btola.twoplecf' 'Iub' .
( preifklent. Mora than 100
., against a background of drewith embrolderwd JuniorVomen .
women attended thin meeting, ...
palma.Ronald. : ) Jacket and matching ac- To Meet Monday Mai i by i iHotrlct Three Utrectnr.Mrs. .
O. Thompson of I 1 ceworles complemented .with a Helen Roberta of Jack- ;
Jacksonville; brother-in-law of I I purple orchid.A I the Education canndttesthe / of, _wille. ; ....
the groom served a* brat man reception was held In theI Junktr Woman' Club will :A workshop, on membership!. ..-
and; the ushers wen) Paul I I parish hall which wa, decorated : present a program on "How was canducteil by Mra. 1..011..1Wltaon .I ...

Johnson and David Johnsonof for the occasion with 1m Integration Progressing In and an. in vital Ion to I.I NYi
Millen. Oa.:. and Paul f baskets of .white mum. and Our School!" at their meet. the November meeting. ; was I II i N.w M {;
Smith'of Stark 1 glaftoll.: and potted palm Ing Monday ntgltt at '8 orlork I bumed by""Mra. Connie McKenMe i r y-s- y -

1M.... Richard Murray served The bride' table wa coveri at (he club noun. *. I LmJt City prvsl'lrnt. \ I ,tiA :
aa matron of honor tn a prtn- i ed with a white satin cloth.centered HmrtewMm for tti.*> eveningwill I

I ceeis style lurquolew. full length by a three tiered! wedding be Mr. Klsl Saiwtvrs, Stork Shower frres 4

own. A matching satin flowerIn rake topped wlttf-n: miniature chairman. Mr. Kennnfh Orklr. 7N.wFalcon. e 'J
her hair held a matching bride and groom. At the Mr*. Ou Kopel_.., and For Mrs. WatersAt a 1iflM w,
_-I.ncth veil. She rarrtej a I base of the cake was a garland Mrs. Kugen* "haw.Northside Parish Hall : V
cascade bouquet of turquoise I I of fern Interspersed with

asters and mum. poII\;)Om1. Ml** Carol Parr, and Baptists Mr*. James Water was hone II ''t-- _.
MlM Martha WUtglna of Mr*. Ken Bow' nun, out the Honor New PastorAt I ored at a stork. shower Friday' -7r -

Jacksonville, sister of the bride' cake. evening In St.. Cdward'a Pariah _ _
groom. served* brtdal attendant Mrs. Gladys Weldon: rreelej ,I Pantry Shower Hall given by Mr. LrslrrHumphrlea. k '
and Mickey Alvarez guests *t the door at the reception Mr. Randall 131V.w

of Starts served aa flower girl. ., and presented- them to Member. of tM North.ld.. (Ahlsm. and Mra. Henry Hte- stroers ,
They were attired In gown (,I the receiving line computed of Baptl Church gave a "pot fanelll.

and headpiece Identical to I the bride soil groom their lu('k" cupper. anal pantry shower The refre'Junent table was w

the honor attendant'.. In a parent. the brirtal attendant, but (Saturday' evening for I 1 covered with a lace cloth and 1 A

banter shad of turquoUe. and Mr and Mr Clayton their new preacher and fam centered. with an arrangement

They aim carried cascade: ar- I Crawford the brVte' grandparent ily.. Rev and Mr. Glenn Law i i 1 of red hibiscus and geranium" 19 r//.,, Ford .
nrnaemenU of turquoise aster *. hon., formerly of Jscknnvtlle\ .. I The gift table was covered
Mr. Rolanf The was held at th.
anf mum Thompson kept supper '
with a white linen cloth: .R" '
Clay Ollhooly, brother of thy the bride' book, horn of Mr, and Mr. Fred Arid a .lane stork with a doll r e
bride attended' a* ring bearer.Given The two BennHt where three large
punch tables were ..
In. diaper tied to his long ,; .... '. ---
'' table act In the .ems .ems
In marrla by her overlaid with white satin were up yard bill The gift* were placed/ on rPROOUGTS

father, the bride wore a gown; cloth and fern and purnpnnn for dining. the table at the, feet of the. r
of Hiported' bridal taffeta encircled: t.hC'F'7'hl punch Approximately! 30 members I stork

over layer of starched" net and Inwla. Pre'ldlrM at the punchbowls and their families ..Ue"lrdUua Oamm with price were. erv
satin. Her fitted Dior bodice ere Mlae. Jean and delightful affair.
joyed by the 13 guests. I
was enhanced" by a aabrlna Joyce WUicIn. ,4 stew of the

neckline and etntoroMered with groom. AIM ......Un* In MTVj j 65th Anniversary Elementary l

floral sprays made of seed" In* were' ,11'1. Joe Ot.?. Mr*.
perts and Iridescent If'Qwna'l Richard Richard.. Mr Peal' Mr. and )of..... J. II. Court- PTA'sToMcet r
""' 1Ie'h. formerly' of Utarke .

-- and now romttttnf M 133:1: ( The Stake Rlemontary f* -::

Main Street In Jarkoonvllle. I TA wall hold U* Drat meeting.r
Y Party will relebral their
< anrrtveroary' on Sat(May. 7.30; Ui UM>ri.m.Xupt. Opra
Oct. .. Their daughter< MlMnUrn. Tom Casey will be the
\ Courtmemcft. will be prlnrlpmlTh -s.r. ,
Partn .
ers haute on this orcasion to -
Hoiithlde .
ekes frtenri of tie caupt PTA will meet Tu FJem.ntary....i.y ev.. r Sec them! Drive tl-cnl'I'hc'i! () --

\nutf\ *4 730; In the cafeteria, -
I far fee-sad r. ... -...... .,,_ Box LunchesOn 1 with. tM _..".Uv. board m ptIn at your Ford Dealer's : iq.n_ Standard Safety Package: feature* (Con all 6\ ,ml'lt"Im.r1n') '. the' most tpnelou' Falcqr' :;

I Me.e m44 ....*!. ..* Jh '. ,... ,.fcU.rn....* Sale By Club at 7 A. J Thorn Jr I fprdt-offering or. of the world' quiet/ *.l rtd... cart from ford) Including emergency flathvityttem ever. Liv..170cu.. In. Sill.( 3 new Mut.a. s..

I, .*...* .1 J... g..4 |.... |. .1.! ....... Tk' 'b... will speak on Haw RMppnrt4nnmnt Fi.w St*o-tonic Tap Player. option-provide* s 1 11 norw..rlaflorl-n.wlook..hv.11-. rnor. 'fun than vr In America'. Favorite r LlI:
I....,,. .t cl.! ., ,. ...| .' .. Junior W, ,,n'. Club Will ".... 5 dm '
_.101..4 .1,1. Walk, The m ', "' our over 70 minutes of music' New station', wagon net, luxury New convertible' *, wagons, XL'*, Car N.N stereo tap player option new
GI... will. ... ....... gs 4 sljUag Ie 1s11. .. will wll boll 'lunrbc' Saturday khrJo-, Cluster 200 cu. In. Si*, buck.t seats;
eM ____ 1. Magic Doorgata: -**mg. out for people and down Of* .n-J. Gf/A'. GT/A't have n*<* "Sport Shift" ,mtrumnt ,
in front of the PhUllf -
wG..a morning for cargo New V 8 power up to 428 cu. 'in.. N._ Cruise' 0 Mate -It.* automatic or manual 7 n""o" sporty floor shift c.rpetlnj&-all'lantJorard.& come C
M bulk. plant on U8 301
MfJUIJI. Executive Board 7.Litre high-performance' Series. a Seven" r.mtt Falcon*-now America's Economy Champ i inu tr/ FoUl. Performance 't6. =

I TIM lunches include. a one- The .._u". board of UtmSUrk .ai.! > ..MI 5.4.1 Dewp4 whit*wil Iw N.M.! t4 sees fw urya U.*d<>4 M fwd ltttt m.. Pew ad sMr* a Flue .t..
I quartet of fried elite$ ..... baked I f
Woman' Club will Americas s
(Man*. Uw. roll and
I -. gt.t.Cebel rake_. i' a. m. at the club hous t l' Total Pcrfonuancc Cars r

Men*. Mr Albert Mercer : I i
51r511..r" L1.Ge1Iue1w I Ir
Mr Bobble Hhaller. Mr ."V4.l.Trn CKTITIOIth a ti
Ocdrn s."*. and Mr Lester ..Ie M
H I.Im.hr1os;. .I..r.ay .1... .... ar 1 FORD r
;; .
.Y.d.vAgasd..ud.. Pte are
After spending aom Um .1.'.... CC ,'aa.ter to 1r.. V .. .
with their guests the couple ,l| .f Fb.>rl4%. Ar'. ft 1HI w.llmlilt .., '
ree,..... sac '-Wk >>r 'ik.
::en short wedding trip to
on a 'tree" (',5J. In ..4 Inr andford ..
South norlda The brlfetrawled .' rtor/da. eeo re.4t

In a Mary Imported white <', ,.. ...,, tk.' ntIkl. fleeltlos...bI. .u..._of America' Total Performance Car 49 New Model See Your Ford Dealer Tomorrow!
altk three pie suit with Mawls e
OrrrrMouM. aconitad with Navy' I ._ ......4 M ....- | 1
seas f* Hi..k..r eel. Law- ;
I and red acreMortaa 8tle wore tor n*. i j jR. iK
BULLINGTON'SStudio a red. : orchid ....... asfis. HI. I. > motors
lies "TII a....". rl... wl..we. Teruuillcgar
Mr and Ui* WUtn ass ... = I
& Gifts to din at n W ft.U> Street 1,51.4a... 5th 4.r .f *..fl .
In Jacksonville. .s._ Alt IMt at l.rk;!, ...
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VMM: i.on. IUIaUNlllll//\11N11''! 1FIF'IlRftrl'rHltl/.1'1111UUtl; ,. TIII'KSIIAV.: SEPT. 30. I'tBa! / :
Slade Gas I neor 4-H Club" in their lo.l lHy tined $37.8ftSiunmy \., age to thecar was estimated op Ovtr>hr, fiRS for the demolition ; one Item. ISO each for two or
Co. f or removal. of bulldhiv and ninrn Itnnit. up to hut
THey will meet ngmn. Oc- Lee Smith charged; at $400. ..U...r in HixiilonH $i,000..Thla. depiwlt not U toexreml a
tob.r 11. wtth publUi! intoxication.: wasflnl'J Barrel! and Mrs. McNeillwet'e 2 6CM-2 01 and 211OS-21101 f In iruarRrrt. that the "cilddor IfUfciuiiirut

To Co-Sponsor I MA4'Y Lou CooperBoy I't'I'Orh'r.II $:Z750.Jeesle charged with failure to Hrmlfonl Nil Did. Citnnty.will IIB. cnnHldvroil un- .written onrrtract wUl enter In keeping Into a

D. Willie charged have their vehicles under con- l It IM nuhnilttf'd on the nffk with the terma of hlM proposal.
Farmer AwardChris I I with public intoxication was trol. 'ml pmiintiul form provided by Depoalti/ submitted by uaaucoeMMfAll -
SentencedTo .
the State Road' Department 1 blddera will be returned
II fined *27.SO.i Hnch-! prnpo*Al. fee..... and InfurmM.tlon I"Mnedl..I" folluwln' determination -
All Florida Will Best Be Served Parker, president of Term In' i Sallle Dell chanted with rirardlnfr thin I Call forBids of uccvaflful.I bidder/
Pl.ixtlo[ Notebook $2.50 at the 1 or tnHpmrtlon ot the bulld- The Department maorvoa th.
the Starke Jaycees. announced Reform School I disorderly conduct, was given InjtH may Ie vbtalnvd from C. rlitlvt to- reject any or all bide
that Slade Gas I three days in ]ail. I t, Wllaun, IiMrlct I'hlef. 1'ro- and to waive technical erroraa .
By Proposed $300 Million Road ProgramBoon today Company I TEun: IL\PII. l pertles. Munn, ,i>ni.nt at OutdoorAdvortllnir may b. deemed J beet for the
Is co-sponsoring the Outstanding A13-ynar-oU) Negro Juvenile George Noiaworlhy, charged Urnnch Florida Intereot of the State
Young Fanner Program boy WM' Hmtencmt to the I with disorderly conduct, wa I Must, Rued bepurtmenl(. Lake I Properties. I ilana roment Out
Florida.K dn >r Advertlnlnir Branch
or boondoggle? tourist-oriented businesses along pri- for 19 5- 6. : Florida Industrial School for given three days in jail. !' <- %l.l. Foil mix : i I'll bid l fillet he ac ' lllnKt of Way Ulvlalon I,
interstateand Each year the Jaycees OYF Iloya At Marl&nna. by Judge. i Alice Mae Birch charged on ''I Hr Florida State Road Department
The big debate is on, and will no mary highways before the I' 'I, the Jury Room I Hr .ilfi>rllal>liInntru- J
formers T. A. YAwn last I/2. 2t
Program honors young Thursday tour counts disorderly con- Plnrlilu. for 10/7
t 1190
i'nurtbonsv NtHrko.
started. C l\ m nt In Ihi nmouni >
turnpike systems were
doubt continue, in growing intensity, in" the area between 21 after a hearing. : In Juvenile duct. public intoxication: vagrancy al I U 00 A .I. >n Hit Itlh I lay. I'I'
right down to the finish line-when The economy of the entire state will and 35: who have made the I Court. and flight after arrest I

voters go to( the polls November 2. suffer unless) something is done for most 'progress!, greatest con Tha boy was charged with was sl.en five days In Jail on'' <

Is Governor Bums' proposed $300- their rescue. tribution to conservation and --and adnUttexl .- breaking the each charge. i

000,00 road bond 'issue a. potentialboon In its usual disregard for the inter- have given unselfishly to the locks on a Seaboard Air'Line ,, Herman H. Lewis, charged i t

another ests of or anything outside the betterment of their commun railroad awlth box tJlro\\o1ng ,: with vagrancy/ was given thiee 1
for Florida or just "po- anyone '
Miami Or- the switch to sidetrack )position days In Jal1.I mil I I i/
litical boondoggle"? corporate limits of Tampa, ity."We are pleased to be associated and tying it securely o
We are inclined to agree with Rep- lando, or Jacksonville, The Tampa Tri- with the Starke Jay- with wire and t\Whe. The I 1 FHP I

resentative W. II. Reedy of Eustis bune has opposed the bond issue from cees in this public service program incident took plan about Reports

that it is more of a boon than a boon- its inception and has questioned ," said Charles Sawyerof 9:43: a.m. Tuesday Sept. 14. 1, Two Wrecks

doggle. among other phases, the proposed Slade Gas. Fortunately automatic sly- During Week I
"Greater to the mla\ flashed the control
on at
The proposed amendment would adda four-laning of a section of U.S. 301
men of our center in Jacksonville wherea
deserving young
section to Article IX of the through an area south of Belleview, i Two automobile accidents. .
new community who are contribut me age' was radioed to a Two out of'lfire.traffic oecMenf i-and
Florida State Constitution, authorizing which closely parallels Interstate 75. ing so much to farming la southbound passenger: train to I each involving a single car nearly. ,three out of four traffic deaths,._
were reported by the local
issuance of revenue bonds to pro- In backing its argument, the Tribune eminently worthwhile," be on the lookout for trouble. highway station this occur on two-lane roads.Mod of Florida

vide means for constructing around said "We' submit that the state has Should the winner here win When the train neared Starke, week but patrol no one was seriously' ,. t primary system today !I. two-Ian and 41. ,
1,200 miles of new, four-lane highwayson .. no obligation i to guarantee every road- first place honors at the state the crew spotted red light injured. i iUoth '' -Y per cent of it it clauified r "poor" or

the state's most, critical routes. side business protection against changein competition he will receive an flashing at the switch box occurred Sunday September -i y q "critical" by nginser.Th. $300 million.
all-expense paid trip to the and the train'-Wiis stopped 1 until -
The revenue pledged for 20 years, traffic patterns. Gasoline funds national finals at Birmingham the trouble could tm as ,, 2i( : the lUst at 1:30: a. sir ''s "- '? primary Highway Improvement Amendment

starting January 1, 1966, is 1/:! cents, should be used where traffic is great- Ala., April 3-5, from the Na- certained. -,: m. when a, 1937. Chevrolet provides th. man for conitructinj

or three-eights of the gross proceedsof est, not where it is diminishing." tional L-P-Gas Association.The About 4:30: p."" ,on the same driven: by Glenn Eertt 1241 mit.f of nw,four-Ian*highwo/i en

four cents per gallon of the total In making* such a statement, The L-P-gos Industry, serv- day.. the was arrested rell. 22 of Raiford tug ned ua.r-j .,_ t, llr the most critical(; ) routes. I

state tax' on gasoline and other motor Tribune reveals its ignorance of whatis ing millions of farms throughout after the riff's'otllee received '' 5.1 miles west of fatal .r _t1 i__ ,.
going on in the world outside its the nation, provide fuel Information that he SH-16. Han ell came through
vehicle fuels. A board is established to i
with only bruises and abrasions -
for home heating;, cooking, had bven Heen on'the railroad
administer this pledged revenue, and own metropolitan bailiwick.If clothes drying, water heating tracks that morning He admitted but the car was! a total

it must issue bonds through the Flor- The Tribune had bothered to get and air conditioning, as well bruakni| the Irks; und loss with damages estimated

ida Development Commission, with interest the facts before writing its editorialit as for grain drying, /weed con- throwing the IrvCtai. C v bjr\Trooper J. M. HollU at

limited to a maximum of 4% would find that traffic on U.S. 301 trol, ,tractor fuel Irrigationand The boy hall appeared] In $QOOHariell Motor veTiTcTe? ,, reg'sfral'ont Tn Florida .
other farm,. and ranch operations. Juvenile Court three time was going; west when y
per cent and maturity time of the has actually increased 10.6 cent
per with his car went out of control Love doubted In 10'j out-of-.tat. = r '
previously. charged petty
bonds limited'to 20 years. over 1960, with a daily average volumeof offenxvs. lie probation' along the north side of SR-16 automobil traffic hai!ncra.*d from 2 Yt -

In i his replyf to a' group of> ten opposing 7,462 at a point south of Starke dur- Asoc. at the time of the switching| for 75 feet then traveled 50 million cart four years ago to 6 million

; legislators who met in Gaines- ing July, 1965. Su'rtJy, even The Tribune Beekeeper. Incident. I feet through, the air, rolled a today.An efficient,smooth (raffle flow i I.

ville last weekend... to ,launch<< a. fight would admit that these 7,462 Sets Barbecue t quarter turn onto Its left side, vitolfoNaurism..fornowbvsinsuend rs- i .

against the amendment, Rep. Reedy motorists should not be condemned to Here SaturdayThe Police Arrest "f"ff' and finally! into aLice Induiliy and (for ufetPftEStRVEBUSIflES/.

said their contention that the bond. Issue ride 11 treacherous two-lane highway with Its top. It came to

Isf< "open-ended is: faI e: "If! is a just because they do, not choose( : to" NorihuaHt Florida Beekeepers Nine PersonsNine. rest with its top .er lii4 ,.}
Association will hold the tree, according to
$300 million program. Nothing can be take the Interstate.
its annual meeting and bar- Troop Hollla'! report
added, he declared Florida cannot afford to wait. 25
becue at the i American Legion arrests wei'e reported The second mishap occurrej;
Rep. Reedy feels certain the bonds years to get the roods it needs today Hall In Stark on Saturday, for the week by the Staike at 1:25: p. m. Sunday when I l""""-" Thou endi of,Florid ant face ronomta" ,

can be sold. aU a.3-5 pet: cent interest -and it has been estimated that it Oot. 2, starting at 2. pm. Police Department. Mrs. Inez Bennett McNelU. ; EROSPERITYl I chaos because hey |nvit..d In lour -

rate or less, which would place the would take another// quarter of a cen- Many beekeepers und their Vernon O. Allen, charged 39, of Jacksonville lost con- oriented! buinsi! along the primary

road program in the same category as tury to( build the needed 1,200 miles families in the area are- expected with failure to have motor trol of her 1956 Buick sedan t roads before the interstate and turnpike

the 1963, ; bonding pro- of.. four-lane; highways without the to attend, and each vehlclit under control was on a wet stretch of pavementon I syttims wr started. Florida's visitor

gram. proposed bond issue.' We cannot affordto family la asked. l, to bring a placed on 30 days probation U. S. 301 .3 of a mile I llt.t%(,h I?} MO cannot b. xpctd to Uav a four-Ian
covered dish to supplement W. J. Lee. charged with attempting south of Starke. Mrs. McNeill V-V._
"By this greatly'increased' road pro- sacrifice ourimage as the fastest-! the, barbecueThe to do bodily harm was shaken up In the accident highwaytohavelporoll.ltwolan.roedar .,
gram, we are going tb greatly increaseour growing, most progressive state in the Association included ten and disorderly conduct wall but her daughter, Pamela I that are both dangerous and slow Th.>

tourism which last year meant nation by inviting new industry and counties. An interesting pro- arraigned, Tuesday.! Sept. 28. Gull axed 9. wart not injured. "' ', ,. -- Highway 'Improvement Program" hat been

$2.9 billion to the state of'Florida. An tourists i to enjoy our many blessings, gram hum been planned, and George A. Retnbard, charged Accoidlng to Trooper W E. f declared an emergency,by Gov. Haydon

increase in tourism wiil.mean, revenue and then force them to travel substandard several visiting speakers' are with allure to have vehicle Suiulberg'a report the car I I Burns and by the 1965 Florida leg'tlatur/ ,

increases in auto, cigarette, gasoline, highways, unless' they chooseto expected.1.I under control and causing an tpuni around and skidded intoa i t -V -- ' I accident: was fln" $52.60.\ palm tree In the median !
racetrack,,and. utilities taxes:? stay on ,the. Interstate.
Repf 4-H Club Plan Alfred fltilp.ut the .,
.. K. McNeil tcharnedwith lour-lanv.' lilitii
'declared. "Because of this Opponents, of the bondIssue have'alleged "'
program reckless! drlving( was I way with its itar end. D.un- fLORIDA FORWARD IK
Florida, will, become known as that actual cost of the bonds Training MeetingA

the fourlane' highway state will be $413,000,000 with$113,000,000In NOV. 2Now's
safety- group of Senior 4-H) Club VOTE FOR AMENDMENT NO. 4 ,

and will bring touristsjtfrom;\ every interest charges: over a period of 20 members met in the Extension I .. .
area to tfiia.state.. : years. That might be true-but, on the Home Economics Office Mon- LAWSON'S MARKET : ) rlM'.1' iJIi"'I!( II"I ;'' r-

It is true that motor vehicle regis- other hand, if we waited another 20 day, Sept. 27 Plans were made I _ I<,. ,_. ._., I.' ..... agl

trations in Florida. have doubled in years to build the roads, the ever-In- for a training meeting to pre 1 Cold Storage Grocery Store

ten years, and out-t-state;; automobile creasing costs of. materials and labor pare the group for competl- n
lion at the North. Klorldu! Fairin
traffic has increased from, 2.5' million could well. exceed' this $113,000,000 in Tallahassee' Oct. 30. f fI ,..
fI I .
cars four years, ago to six million to- interest/ charges and we would still' The Club prepared and enJoyed I ,' -'
day. An efficient; sdiooth flow of traf- be without the needed highways for a nutritious snack of .... -... > ',, :Jfll a

fic is vital not .only for tourism-but another two decades. crescent MurprlHes. The groupof -- -----

also for new business! and industry, In answering the charges of "po- senior girl. also serve as

1 and for, safety.Safety! litical motivation we agree with The Junior leaders for various Ju-

officials tell us that two out St. Petersburg' Times when it said,

( of three trafnq '(incidents, and nearly "Just because' the road building pro- Ing '7 p.m.8 p.m.Church Choir rehearsal

three out of four traffic deaths, occur gram may help the Governor does not I ther, John Wells, In St. V n- F Wf

on two-lane roads. Most of Florida's mean that it will not also help Florida. yy

primary ystem today is two lane, and That is not a valid reason' for opposing !vcHFuul.w: !se':'r I
KOIIINTKIl: :M.VS.HKHtiffectlve :! d J
43 per cent of it is classified as "poor"or the program.

"critical'rbyenyfineors.: + We are convinced that the programis !: : Sunday, Oct 3,'! .2w

In addition to these factors, Governor in the best interest of the travelling the Muss. schedule for St. Ed- j Let Us Prepare Your Beef and

Burns has pointed out that., the public, and of cities and towns such as ward's Parish will be .tix follows -','

four-Ianing. ofthe state's primary Sturke, which are entitled to contin- : I Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We .
St Kdwurd's Chuhch, Sim ko
roads"is necessary! in order to keep ued growth and prosperity' even
8 a.m. I Milt Pick-up and Itutrher. There will he a
many 'towns and cities from "dryingup though not served by the Interstate St. William's Chuhrh, Key-1 Small: Fee for I'ick-up-llultherinii rows $1.00: ) per

thevine", : due to the siphoningoff system of highways. We recommenda tone Heights-:15 a.m. j lleiKl and Hide ling* :.1c per II).-C'leaned Weight,

of traffic onto the new Interstate vote for the $300,000,000 bond ISAue St. ,Mary's Church For( Chill-t' wrapping 5!lic per ll>. with( paper. .
network of limited access highways. as being in the best interest of ALL clenny- 11 a.m. ;iI ,

Thousands of Floridians already face Florida I We Sell Heef and Pork for Home Kree/eri

economic ruin because they invested in '
Phone !flfil, I KSJ i 21S \\''''.hlnHnn St. i
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The Bradford-Union SingIng '
SundayChurch School,
Convention will assist the
NEWS 9:45: a. m. Morning( Worship. lt.
I BimUlrnln Ftaptlnt Church,
1 11 1 a. m. Youth Choir Practice, DIRECTORY
iiMt of Starke with 8 p. m. Snacks\ Supper; for celebration w4
coming Sunday,
,FIRST PRESBYTERIAN MYF, 6 p. m. MYF meetings Oct. 3, beginning' !& at 11 o'clock, AUTO lU:I'Alit.S It
CHURCH 8::30. Evening Worship., 730.: After
and dinner
Hinging Hermon, -
H. Walton Grady Mlnliitrr. Monday Commission: on will be nerved. Gospel! mil Earl's) !
Schedule" Top the week startinfeOct. *- Education. 7 1 p. m. Executive: tic will make up tba W:11l1'-: Garage
IILSunday Committee. Men?* Club. TSO: noon program. .\I.I. KINDS |>rAITTU

Sunday School, Official Boari-: ,:! meeting'' a p. m. REP: ,11R WORK I KILLS ROACHES FOR SIX MONTHSGUARANTEED ,

9:45a.: m. Morning' Worship Tuesday WSCS ttxi-cnitlve MUST II "'TI T All Work Guaranteed b'
Communion( Sunday]'', 11 a. Committee meets In Ladle. CHURCH: : STAKKH Phone lHII>-2INt4Ha. -- .' "
m. Youth Fellowship- j p. m. :Bible Claa room. 9:30: .a.. m. Walnut. Stark. --- -

Men. of the Church.. Round Buulnes and program, meet. Schedule of services: Rid-A-Bug kills and! kills and kills after Just one
ing. WSCS.. in sanctuary, 10a. Sunday' Oct. 3 Hrother AUTO SERVICE: ( '
Table Tralnhw. FIrst t
tertan Church. Gainesville, 3 m. hood 'Meeting and Dl't'ttkfastsuullnge application. Kills fleas, mosquitoes, silverfish and the time to.fill

; m. Wednesday Primary and ( and pancakes' ) at Gilbert S. Brown all household crawling insects. '
Junior Choir practice:: :15 the Monday Deacons Meeting Prayer Meeting, 7:30.1: School, 9:45: am. Morning Standard! Oil Service Station I SPECIAL FREE OFFER with
; 7:30: p. m.WddneedtW ATLAS Summertime!'
TnuLsdnyt: chancel Choir Worship sermonin* MUM
Session Meet
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Friday. Oct OalneiviHe 111 a.m. Training Union. 8:15: Terms- Road Service\ I X
Thursday ware store und your dealer Hill lend you .111.-\'I'El.Y -
Choir Practice, '
7:30: 'p. m. District Laymen' Assembly at p.m. Evening' Worship, sermon -' Phone 5."/-1011 )I .; "FllKK: : n professional, type :spray tank to Now, before you need it, is the time to Insure your family's healthful
Leeeburg Youth Camp : 'The Faith of Daniel; Ml N. Tptnpto Sturke
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DAY. RE 30.-1965 .... ',' ,. r I. .... 'n'. .. ..tmAmtmt' '.\ .. ,. ", '
4 < COrNTYVTKUCORAPn,- SRRl1.t11tmAi.\: .. : .' \> PAOE FIVE-A. : i'i'nTR

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oug/i/ Red/ Team. Hits HardSuperb. .

Tornado Effort Stops Tough: Santa Fe 28-6 '. *>

.L ...

IA hard
backs, and the return of captain Butch Redding to before being "brought down "by' 11 plays: to their.fourth and LlrLt -

lid that extra !park was everything needed Friday linebacker Mickey Agner and final TD. He tried two.passe Reds To Travel :
safnty man Larry COIUI.U.With. but missed both times before
light to completely bury highly'touted' Santa Fe ,
a a fret. at the ,/0.yard he skirted his. riant end for.19

ljuad 286. line the Rebels had a back- yards tin? a first down. ThlRebels

lit is simply inadequate to quickly set'about spoiling any Held mix-up and atned. nothing added u' second first iu'' .;. l tk' f },: I Ihj I "v'u

licrlbe the opening of the ideas. the Rebels might have on first down. Weetmore- when' they were penalized' II To S t.A. ne f"iJ:':
madoes' 1965.: home schelle entertained for 'a com-buck, land tried to paM.h aln but t yards 'on the; same play and .,, ./

as one of the best Guard Steve Tllley took the 'was mobbed by the Tornadoline the 'lWnadOea'ftre camped on I

wltnersed on Brad- short Rebel and fell led by Eddie 'Dour-) tot 11"
i ever kickoff .
their 39.Moving
10M. (Continued, Prom Lego One I Ifnw well aiii:! throws effectively
Field. It it' no exanger- nn !It atltiis own 40( yard line. a 12 yard 'Ile tried to pigskin''steadily for short yardage, uvrl, ..

fcon to say the Tornad Halfback Randy Joynef. coming again on third {ovm but after' thai, Filcon 'engineered< of even tough teams like BU boys In the Jacket. for ...u .

uad hit M hard if not hrd- on after fullback: Mlck:: yAgner tackles John Spengler' and the"drive expertly He hftrxitinla 'h Palntka. and Lake City the wall are senior tackles. John "

than any Bradford squad left the game:.with a Ronnie Tomllnson and middle with a a yard pass.: Tornado coaches hope for Westbronk and Bob Williams, ,_
their tackles biased the ball guard Butch Redding ..ewarap runnels like Falcon half 1
history hip then took I skirted his left endfoe.six and
a co-captain Wrstbiook is the
uuled like exploding plstok. almost single handedly! on a Ttl htm for' '* decond _..II'ht. 'another. ftm at the 9sntaPc, bucks Dwlght. Elder. ant Randy bluurst at. 209 pound and :
the stands, they blocked 80 yard TD march The elusive loss, this time for six yards. 46. Th 1HU,quarterback then Joyner and fullback Mlckey Williams weighs In at IW ..

piston precision and pow- little running back carried' The Rebels bad(juq) nine offensive used his very effective passing Anger. Both are heavier than any 0

and( ran the.ball*Uh ex- It around his left endlto pay plays and netted a. arn> to cover most of those 44yards. "When you've got a passing j Tonmdo tackle.Another = ..

tve energy. .*lrt .ltb.8:05'I.ft: in the third. 'total of seven yards. I attack that has been as effectlv co-captain end "' I'
the Rebel line look ,me as ours might well
taking when .Qh third down 'he "hit: end you as Charles, Moore "IM pound ..m
the'charging Tor- Spirits Fly the fired period. Wwt- \ make use1! of it," coach Hume
II a sieve lIp punted MarUe ISI n\s\ hoO on a' long vl senior Is tabbed all one of the ,
I-io forewaU completely The Tornado swept onto moreland 23-ajid1 BAs, halfback, ..fromhl David :34 -.Carder_to the Rebe//,nine. jfc. -'; < > w *. + <: "a's.8t.. Jacket. '

wse i their larger.. opponentsfive the field for the'thJrd period Joyner 'geld twoyards to'the Augustine will have abigger I I
!Shannon went It .yards to 'Fultthor'M'Sllckey' ; Afner. numbnr 4,1, drivm;" through fur s> first down Friday night In ihs I ....
series ofl downs thed with rplrlts:hl&11.'? KQt serious. even U\en\ hit l squad than the Reds
; \ Ii
line pushed the Rebel as many coach \demand their the, Santa' r. 40 yard 'line. Reese ,for sD4Fakor the ,score But the To rnado V, tA-0. vlrtory.. over si hlgbly: touted Haata F* eleven. Anger had. over a nix. yard I but that Is nothing unusual.I !
k for I losses totaling ST players be during"''>tame< the DAdoes From there if eight took downs theT M to l; TD was .nullified on a ellppinc! ,,,averagenuhtag before" he brained hU'hrpi and had to leave the. game brfore hAlftlnlit -., its 1 Right half Randy Beverly a ...

Tacklea Jim Godwin Tornadoes' lautfted and hootcdfreely Just penalty agatnA the Tornadoes' I **pered'' |. bn.i nmdy.. tomorrow night however. i leg pound senior, runs the ball I 'u
1111 their Drat. TD with\ :the '
Mayton.: ,and John on this sidelines! \ going second: .period Just over two Pushed back t4 the :34, Falon '(..nt..r. Bntrh Redding, number. 5Q nn the. (round. gave the KM" at boost Friday when I! more than any other back.

er., mlddJeguard Butch In *.00'out of the garae. with minutes old / .- I dldn"'Nai..te ha promptly .h. returned teethe line-up after recovering, from a knee Injury. Redding. I. temii "A|I.- i Fullback Kenny Tenney' 100. > .,

ling. ends Ecttl:: Douglas plltUng, infectious'grins, but got i ., salted ,not.Mr'.TD paes. dais Urn '' intddleguard. funs, hard) and gives it good son.'V
Dwight Elder i yard up lath am!,: eoalhe; M,. beat USES ,has Keen In many yenra.'A .
Roger Chitoon. ar 1 llnekers they were all tooghnesa jtoo. the middle- before Mickey' thia time to Bddle: Douglas for second efftut Teamed with
Steve Tllley and Sf lckigner > Sharp defensive play the qua,tcrbnck" Don Woods the' ( "
put Agner. BHa'a ,hard-dr lying the fourth' TD with Jusf. 137; of the Week by the Oalnes-
rushed Rebel quar- Rebels In. hole\ after the fullback slanted off his right left &in, the game. Falcon.added: Great ; I vllle Sun for hl. play In the two comprise an effective run. "+
ack Bo Weatmoreiand sr Torna O kick off and then nine attack. ..
tackle for 31 yards to ,theRebel. the,PAT; of course. Job''i game. Me scored another TD
It he never trot off sevens blocking: Westmoreland' punt. .36. Hit by,two would-be Rebel gnrpruw, on a quarterback. sneak and Woods a I 140 pound senior, .

of 13 :attempted. Rebel the hometown kids act up the tackier five 'yard out. Afneratashed Many. fan were .kariry. '"the kicked all four of the Torna Is a fair pUller with better'

ka wen.or. thrown third TO From the Rfb-1 25 pastIor $U inoTf stands. at:that point Mat the HiirSl PraisesSqinid's., does'' extra, points! : i I than average speed JIt fakb4. .
losses a dozen times. It took Falcon two. passes to I,
yard and a first down. Bebela ware trot flnlnhed.:Desperately The plucky null ulans" ) railI,
Defense Superb reach the goal and he hit end .
Quarterback: Donald Falcon trytfif to gee on the er even threw touchdown passes -

Rebels were held t.onlU Eddie Douglas for IB yards. to cam/*' back with nearly 10 troll boILf ,We Urtoreland on .two successive plays.
15 yards nfhrnr th' m.kelt 31-0 with 4:21'Veft: In Coming To Starke Soon ::
yards over the. left *,tie beforehe went to ttte'air but BOO safety Efforts One 10 yarder was .rolled. bnct
t halt and to only 10 the third periodThe .
slipped 'down turning. a mAn Larry Cannel' ) pltftfd ,off on a 10 yard oil 'pin I penalty'

and. Coach David Hume'sargea fourth TD came with tight cornet.'end wader added. IdE: t'1.-.fTt,1.! :Rut ponnellgave II\lI\1 Falcon simply\ Uuew another -
picked lay 378 yards ::37 left in the final period.. a' yard upthe.. middle for'a Uv -pigskin'right ''back to OouclasHurse : International Mail Service :

scrimmage compared! fRfbels The Reda mareted 91 yard* first at the Rbe* 3$:' Falcon when, he dropped the ball,hlaqet "A graat: J<*:*. ay. Cosen es.. Tony Griffith and Mlkj also< credite-1::! the return :
10 'anA ma*. I' 'n 11 plays with a Falcon to David aur..,- Bradford big Oexton! letting the line .. .,
got nine more around left end play (rom.rfklNttal: Of 'of c nt-r and ml 11li: I.MI'OUTS KKO.M 1 TIIK: .KNTIIIK; : WORM :
t\ downs to five for ttentnlr Reese. 1>8M'coveting the final and then \WestmQrcUrU again*went to Tornado of his. asl UnUi) and ready. guard Butch R9ddin to the

I racking up their'!'second IS yards middle'for' sent Agneg. up the the the air! and.vtjnU tlffllt t$ 'connected player after the 3t- win aver I. The 'movlev showed that llnfl-un with contributing to ( ('kmi Clocks. from the Illark Forests of Germany (
-Cory of the I yount seevmn Rebel Surprise' : .' teryeuryrkei$ a touch Santa Fe team. seniorend' ttddlo: Douglas the fine If1)"Tho ,.,
one. .'1'119 hard running' fuH Ov.ll' Tornado I ham Wntrhex from Switzerland l are from Ilel-,
aln.1' no knee*. Sltpplng in their only MOTng .till. freely played" a "near perfect1' defensive .t
track jumsied through the al.vgnpn. a. 34 yarder'Uhalfbeck > Praise1 flowed boys resUme, we've got glum (iuitnrM from
scoring the ,first of, their. 'punch of the nl ht/ the' Rebel line and cut left the J.m-. Petty, with even after the movtea of the / game, the h-ad 'roach for ,
>ir touchdowns on' the fifth lebel finally male I It Just ..17wconds corner '..ndmt Just '17 :.s-cou-ls' remalntna.The game were seen, Ttat fionmnenoii added He also' had high praisefor make It the finest we've had t "The ".
made World At
liy or pie second ner1od'or before" the final whlste. TD except' for the Rebels' PAT attempt. failed even altet every move' lltiebackerntunrd Steve in 10 yeses" Iturne" says;"AndHI Your Door"A
one! man who
Imrterback Donald PaJcon's Bradford quarterback Larv had the angle..* on hlm. ,and the ........ ended 28-<. of every'' player was to a minute Tllley. end-mlddletfuard.' ant have to go alone *>.
I'd I long sneak the Torn. ConnrU had Intercepted l a detail' by five eoache gunrd Roger Chilson, and end them:. Barring Inlurli. .. and t >

i were off and! rolling. Our- Rebel pass wttti 29 second Falcon, sneaked over from HTATISTIC8B: 8F "everybody' was cMcktng. All Joey Reese who also had tine with an4 all-out effort : MAIL SKIIVICK: : 'v

J the course of the night 'sit. but he dropped the ball tjie one for the score'an1 First' dWns tl 5ru. the backs ran well. U was the performancd.1* frame we could go all every the III K.: Cull. Street Hlurke. .'111.
kicked the .
it loon also\ pained for twr '>n the! next play an] Bants. Ftcovered. 7-'.', make it I .<4\inir 10( 4 Ih rpt'.t' blocking we've had: Hurae" eiedlted' his gusrds ...." o .'

>'.. kicked four ttralght ex- '' The bail rtchanttd' fourmore ptning: 1 1 i the guards tackles. and endi with playini a fine balteame"Tllley ,..

a points, and ran for JS Westmoreland made the' op. thrtea penalties t 0 all did fine Job. ." the Tornado ant Chilson got Uvfr .,
before the
Irda In altle t*> runnlnr "ortunlty good' bv fllpplrt half bQnelth.r Ydv; rained 27$ 43 boas went on to<< .say man nearly every tim". lie ww

|i I" team with.rrlon\ and halfback: J".nv.. Petty a V' manaaed to make i running 185 S "It was about an well a said ,
first down until
Jolnew yard aerial to spoil the 'r>)r- the Rebel ge passing tl 37Paaee played baHgame lie ever Quarterback;,Donald Falcon
Falcon !Hhlnes ra'oe.' rhut out. The extra: one at theft II with on' atfH. a-I 3-3 seen ft'om. ,-him school who threw' two touchdown "

Falcon was aurperb as hew olnt failed.' Ierw.vr. and Ow three. second left In tht ST Paanee In'1 1 0 team.1* Inirwe' hummed up. He I parses and had one railed ..

the" 114d... *evtlnv flnel score stool at 24-4. ond pertud Santa Fe hal! Punts '3U21 also! shot. high prate at.coacn- back was named' Area. flack
minus IS yard nwhtng in the
al .1th his 'antomatkv Halfback Dwlrht Eider wa< first hown.r.I I r-in. peniMlaed 41 "5 "r
the line c-e: nrrtnvma.. an" workhorse for the Reds for 'the Ternadeea Mixer. by quarters. : with tart: llayher. bowhnl' it Army, and] reflect great rre RollAetlm
handled the plsrrtln with second stralffhl week rushing Bradford 0 '7 14 7-2. I./)4!> ..ti.... Top for P W wa on him and on. the, military .w
Jithortty and smoothne analtle 'or S3 yards. In II attm-ta. a was UM word for thTCJrIadoO'a Santa Te. 0 0 0 *- I Pete Burton with a 404ThurxViy service' rut

killed one Tornado four yard ..,era"".. FultkMlrkjr after' Steve,, TUIe Touchdowns: Bradford 11 I IP. I flight's game Cnv. .111 I"fItllm'ct to his

t In c( d"wnn later in the Atrter' had the lending caught the short Santa Frkickoff v'oons 1 yd QB sivak: FJralcon !: tad Lmitu1 l"" WllI here In June end IN now I.' rU J

nd period. "b it the phlrkvnarterback avenge. with' alnlo.t nlnard at the and SUrke:! Jell to' 40.the HalrbadRandy > troun- ,. kirk. 31 'Joyner. t ydnin I hunt. Jewelry for second plan. I plovel: with the C: at, hnm.J ...

.b"relr misxerlinlcT > > p-r carry In the four ate I .' ; !:P.nJcoon., kit-k. 31 I Wtlllamswon' three ..m.*.*I,I nr rtment of ftp* hi 'Ue
| end:l J *v R-se. who *fan*' he made for 33 yard'" JO'Tltr&m Pfd If Dougla' It yd.'ina' from Fal- ever Team *,, with Rudolph )I _

tight one TD r 'n. with p efore l l'. .rln. .tie., came Half. I Tornadoes yards on the flat play and the ion:. EP. Falcon, kirk .41Been I H"itrh>Mon bowling a BOft .erjea TO yell/M Hr.
[>-yard art,l .et the anal. lrhe ''ck' Ran*v Jovner ha i 4'1 tmmedlatMy' t got IS .*. 23 yd. pass from Falcon Robert Chames;" was onhtp v .ua
more "hen the Rebels t were K1tf I I. nir.,hy 'fv'' ,
I' Ihiiilli
"ar'. in Team a with a M3 j 'n
el hl | for
clo : the first ; 11J ; Falcon' kirk uim.,...n.d. 1I h,* pr< i iyl
"if. U wards avenge met of hH' penalized for piling on the lit- flank Fe-M 1| Petty.. 30 yd .,>|..... ,d ,'".|.l(..ender r .".' l: law. I
[ "eric-e. t'e ninner afl-r. \the whMle. Carp's link three games nl rinrltl ..f till w |
floor* slier the fret' two cmn'na nn t. flQ r.?' two over pass Iran WMtmereland. no eel..r, will. tip. ri'tk. iii; ih. ,...
er got yards
BUILmveM (
rlo'e i wa 70. St'kpT1lkinv card TD march re .T> rke1 fT.Terwillegar. from Keyst'ifl Ota with Cir.ull f'.itt t. .In knl.e l r ll'../ I If I 1
I thee' n-i ruif kMcf Falcon netted 17 yai-H in five i i'II i it left tackle before Jjyrirr, who and Marie r>rant each ir4 c.......,,., rl..rla.' utmn rerriel k ( ,..,
| however, the Tornadom 'm-t dorptte 14 yard loss ) fngte' Tian-iedly sparked the Hold.Commercial ......ilrta nt Ie"lkl." Bob) .. .if.II."|pMn1"<-K ,lh.Cf fl'llllull publl..ilun'cIll. haler. :
'or a four yard avenge' 80 yard TD drive', a I fn 'rent first down bY hitting I ; I .kw...ra. i ill"".' whlrh I .m ..n..a.dn| NI
n.. n** League l ml tit .KM; Call' Ml
-r"I"; the nenei Unit for three an1i Htamltng (third/ week> jb.s.s.\ KH,
Santa re .t (h.. tM"n" 'I i then debt y r4i. From the Bowling Lead Turn" 7. OJSl"" WiHUmsJ il, !. li li-niKn., It tin* IT*
*t.rll... fl'irM' ,,'a! ,
tar btrk-orr" and lIal1t''U'1i suns
Mri i Rant. 1'b IT E3dr got four' ("O""Aa.'ul.: IZA01'tTsrwiIrarM.lors. _.lry. 7-6: LaRue Iiuiuranre, I t...-d tills' fl-I.. lr nr M1> 'P"I
d I Crawford ran It out tB his 3?. '' yards up the' mi'tl aixi Joy 7W>; Morrhe* Insurance, 8-g; ....."., A r>. Kit at, $' !.rkHr4tnrit 11 ''u

''but the. Rebel. were vmU-il|i t nrr. a.i'. M, sis: nvwe for the / ,, field UMafter Keystone 0.... 4-41.;< D A W.', 'Minlr. ,, florid' I
), ., fl Air .we.lil of b vw. "'I 4.n| .1.1ant!
j by 111"p"nalt&.a& and Ioott'' third Hrt. down of the .series 16-6. Cirp's, 8-a; Team" A 2'/i-
Baall"'C ,
I Camp
t I araer tMrulnlSitLelrutin
r reven yard before( punting i! at the .nebel. 1 even yard line tJoe VaUnahl .li -TcrwU- Ill' TO air, Mrn I.
The' Tornadoes took over at I'I The ...-n.-tofoe. wnrkhorte .. Mi.. Rental. I \rrt\ ,.tth eMl aertee.. while t'umitviKi. ..cil'., their own 4> and their running V||I lade' plunged' for a.yard up 6.w1f'Jl. Win*"tor. with a 824. Lee CogdillIs .,. rM. ..,iv.4 ,l-y tn, rxmi'.nIn.tllnllun 1t, _
!tame was lmme
\ .. Th...dr09. to tile Rebel!,{, >kind his Jeft tni sii. yardsfor Bt +rte MoTnr Farts moved Awarded nil I. nr"".urt e..h.we,,ii. pr.ptr/r. .tor lhMl .'' t

f? 1.1 ....r ore they cnuM be Cop the score. Heading over up (f. second place With 4-0 .
1 Per p. t ;,, l-ft tackle. but. fin-lint that win over team No.' .. Bob Star tnn, .r lifanh,p lMM 4>......."..". am T
Day With the Ant ,period half,, hole cloned the little halfback Drake .ld, 4 ha winner with a Bronze .p..ttS.iIons, nay. .b. ..Plain.rum .'

LL NLW POTARWxt I amt.h.* RrhoU. mm hark tmly; sldeatcrped and :scampered 541 Nr....., while Jehnnte JohnMO .alga. ,IMtlab.n Sale., 1'.rrh..lsd 1rselll' PhmmiI,,ilinea/ .

then with tM mont Aturtle they around the end Falcon w.., Wen for the' UMTS I It lip L. D' . !1 <"*nrMMMtr ted: all night Shovi -'; added t.he extra' point. d; ot Mir. ., Win ft....... II.*l, tails
: with 443 C. W, 'dlH
EmersonDahmer's t aid .crs. ...**.. rlprida.I.h, ,
led i : back to DM 10 by a back- Quick Red TD l II -
Oem Jewelry moved from 7tn awarded thBronct ". pillsfeel
I Held In motion>rUrbarh Crawford ran the nits l kirk l|It.t 4th p4uq< taking" four g.ntea 8tartrhaa been fe'1.: ........ll/.. t>l/frl', ,r :!.
I meritorious .
Bo WpsImor.lsMwpnt off back: lo hie II but WrAtmorrlanj frogs Faulka.r'a. ,. Rmrb.irg.rvie. .oar Mdsf for +er
to the air to** halfback I'I'I. .*rvtre in connection\ .1 0111 V.w! IeY, IUNen
I was thrown far a it I"tiny L..WOT. e p/l I "
; RutrK n ja. for 11 '! with military' operations a/.nl.tLN r1. rrrln/ .
i ,.rot..MI I yard toss attempting to NEW CHEVROLET
pas 11; th< winner. wkOe CHorIe -....-.
12 E. Call Ph. !9RB-177! I ....,....,.. hustle force In ,Viet
the first M two flnt ,I, on' first down. Prom the. I] Oraad. with a U*. was high gaJMt 1.nM"{. .. I. .ii.nhr. .I..s, .'
1 From bIe'2"' then faairbachiLayoe the Rbea' Ltfyrve Rooks got I I III If fT.urkner*,. I ".m dllringh. period April I ::.-t.'f Y/ saa'r' Ph. prn .
R.ofc. .Id". un 1.1d..i 1M4 to M' 1961.Rp.Ctall.t *!.!>. "* Ch.eln I* C i$ Law.
yard back to UM 2* before., day: 1lertne flopped Draw- .f rinrlrf. Ae.a rot I.."| will' HERE !
-f C-Cdlll save .. WORKPOWER IS
TUley railed Tom. I< nalarwllb. tk <1 .11 nf th
Joey TM Co. 4-4 Waltwas rdm tM.o
i .
MM Division Advisory rir' * with a
slapped Crawford' cold on the top giln tar the wWvrter II' : c.i.nir. r1nr1A. *"t';.>,, r. ,
third down Team In Viet Nam. and ..I.r' "f prnor .( ...biit, -it olilii
Florid and the Tornadoes .
s.n1a1C Utnotia and
a ball set
I was ai, led ..ItOrIn Salem ..1N. 1 10. nHt"l_. '..."'.
lank. over at th Rebel& 25. 241 tame foe twin-game how- 0i IIr'fnl4 Incas .......u wh/rh. / ,
Sine. 1950 waMlnt\ to come home. when IIfW IItIVYWSICIIT, T, H.... lit tewf
Filcon was quiet on the ...... Walt KOfj/ shot" rrlgn for w.. .r. .. ..... ,e ..." .. ala ,
the airport was bomb-d Cog- lira. r.rwwr. Morti, mark. all. Sene 70OOO and 80000 +
.71or+ds (1tWtMtg Se/tp qra draw a. 'h* pe aM<4 to Reeve' Draw-TUe WIth a 34 **t. .I new x
.. far dig yard ,and followwi f atark :Ja/ .a cam out dn dill earapol Injury In the via;; ......,..*. ..nA'Lb.. a model" ere here-the biggest Chevie, '
b-imMna. t.t hie d-partUre war M llr.41.r... 'Id t ,lf>i rSorb. *>, CHEVROLET ever built out to do the bluest lob I '
ayv.r with a if yard TD tnas to end tAp nf Independent TelephoneCo. .. rla. _l..n.e.Inl.d .
Title Jrud.'r Ue) third I .. a-I. James vVUlUwna ld delayed 74 hour b+' the Inci- ,... 'U'.p.' any Chevrolet truck have ever atonal t tTh.y'r.
with :319 drat Ion ,'...r" Ir l I.': .l m.,k,., ) reedto cut cost with new V6
Sire. Ladle Cordially cc ". The Tornado altnsl caller tile Jsyeer. 1lerlra.lwid..t.u. i The citation accompanying ilr.Af.e rtma a"'10. engine, new., V6 and V8 dle..',.
GodwiniRepreitcnlatire added the point after t- '*"..-*" his) ; ,/t. li l InII, ,- They alto 92 cab
offer a new
his Bronae Nor Medal asldTHrouch : 1 ,,
mak U 21-0.with left two with a 423 ftlT '
I 4.31; Ht the bet! yet for working efficiency new,
) Welcomes the third period. The too TDaearn. 1-.... '........1(. his. untiring efforts ,Q;- higher. capacity: ,frame and axle) and

013 E. Call St. I You and Your I only 3.44; apart rwfli.g.f, l3' : Btarke) and .prafcaalonal obtained ability outstanding hecoaaJsUntly KIDS 8 18 f r j .w. a Ftth/ 65,000. GCVY rating.", .
Mae Part 12C&nIpl: )]
Stark Fanny to Year The Rebels were thrown wlla" ,"dbtg. 10-4.; (lent' J.*r,lry, \ rr..ulU. He .*. qutrkto : FREE CLASSES 'e; MW vast evfi woenfowui.

Ph. 94>'l- !2l New Horn bark I II vards in flee>> down .-1; clay r.rtrte: ""-rwTlt CT*..P UM fenpHcatlnn. of ....., The mot widely, used of an truck engfnet. ,. ,

Liar the kick an? rtdrh', ., .-.:' T.Ie- rt**,f probtenk, (% width' he HAT fxrr. 2 1 r fewthe| 'famou Chevy light.duty Six. I N built II:I
later Wstmtre'an4Y' : laced result of the A- for bigger, thing in '66 with, a big. new I
ran plain 7.'; FaulKneVa. a-IO; wa ai a 1 10:00/ ) ',\ M.
The State of Floridat pant back to. th* flints r> 4T.JlAfT Jayeees. 9-11; Team t. ..344.i rver-chanctng attuatlona in- 250-cubk-inch deiign., Its the standard I

and Joyner. went ton"" I|f I i MixRii"' : ixirnuM her nt In a cennt.rinwttieney ToOK'MMK power pUnt In moil "htduty model I
W"a..d .,
la Our De-ir Make Yrw Fl now
I T. '' Also users of I4 ton model can
work ezaln sad rrJnd" o T. Yoo With Your Cityyyb ; : I. -:ALKM.VM ; ". 'pecifa big,' 327.cubic-Inch V8-th
Acquaint f"n f ,frat down before Jvjntr 1"6t..m No. 7 l Ietwi. Ute I' and mean M sMv, those! Here'.k eottChevy.Yen- cononnyehemp molt powerful engine aver offered In a \

fumbled at the 34. > 3Aat4 Da.b- pfjbletn "The enert tle ape. : ; : STARTOCT. ; covered ddlvtr16.ton Chevy truck. See the new Chevie
Chevrolet's long it/ortf
are new la the area a phone Mae end Leyne ire site a'S and 2141:*1 pi! atlon of hie''etnaiv ... 9 -' 10 A. M. :tuck I line, ,, now, at your Chevrolet de.I,,'.. -, I

Rook vent' to jrork.fee] th. tntf record. I I! knowXUa: baa matertaOy con. '

wiO brinr you a prompt visit Rebels and punched out Mymrda I Tau wash Tm 7 took, trttoufd to the effort K the ,For Information 1olphane ChimM dttltr about type of truck. \
your tny! .
to the Stark M before four gan: ... from. Miirrn !.. .| UnltMi Slam .Mlaaknv to Uw CAU ML' 150! .
im ..r local llee1I,>R. Pleaa five
the march stalled. Oder ran .unnr* WIth Alma TheUIbowMog Rpubil of Vietnam to, a*eat 00 8I4J *

i call! She has map ad many WauncreUrrfa /punt back six a rap s rta Vt 45 5" that cawotry in ridding luUt STARKEBowling

yard td the 8tark nine yard for th* winner*: B.ttj 1 prow ( the Cocntnunlut threat to '1-4'fiaednrQ '

and. wonderful gifU forlocal iba Hn/. rifles a M.h of Sit for tAtV Hi* tnltlaUT*. seal. WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.

1 II Tt. TD MarrkPsVmn le..ew. sound judgment, and devotion Lanes ,

t>aaiBelllle& Rj l .... 1w4<< to be denied. IARIw ....__ .!_ ttnhj In duty b*.. bern In in* htf ha 301 NOItTII KTAHKK. FI.rIJOSC..9&13900.

hoaercr, and erperUy marca- (our gaovM fro. D W Auto uajoim .r use u. a ea

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.. _ _ _THURSDAY._SEPT. '_0. I9ti,

99999.9.9.999..YT99YY, I '--I 1I 1 church kitchen at 4:30: and citizens are asked to rememberPTA b. open on election day. between Ivlbla to vot. Qualified .,Iwtorai ,
1 'EzLt. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Choir No. 3 will sell ice ci earn will be held October 6. at I the hour of 8.00: A. M and 6.00: i until herein Include tttun prone -

CLAY HILL and hot dogs in the edutatlonal 7 p.m. in the cafetorium. p.S'arm: 'ur".I..r'. Office-.Hlmrk*.t .qualified lectlnnn| und to .r vote the In constitution ..nral --,
building. is Invited to attend.Plastle and atalut.. of Florida
U NVuteri Urocury-Ljiwtey.Klorldu .
I who a r landowner
within the
Sunday schedule Sunday
D, Mrs. Howard PudgrttPhone. Notebook! 12.20 ml j district, nuniiiil, akiive.L. .
School 9:49: a. m Morning: Brookrr Xupvr !M HOI.L.1NUSWORTH
I Plstiie Notebook &%.%0 .Ml theO"'IC Floi'idu.. .
2894133IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 [! Recreation! News. Monday and Tuesday. All liitereuleJ I Worship( ; 11 u. in. Junior All I I iuullflt*.1 elector ,rnlillnirwllhln AdmlnlMrMur. > .....w. Soil Cones
m.rvuti Hoard
Jackson, director of our recreation I adults are Invited to League, 4:30: p. m. Evening \ |.) ofr' pI.i.i"I'o: : the l>l'.'lrlrl clash.. b> r. 10-J xt lOiS

I! Department, is asking attend. Learning can be fun Worship 6 p. m. The public CMOII.N TO : WHOM Piir.nant IT WAV to $.,VON ction

The New Clay Hill Baptist )parents:: to please cooperateand Ccme and .oln the fun. I Is invited to attend all serv buLlS Klorlila Htatut. ..., niitlrcIN

Church Is looking nice. Windows send your boys to parti- Greater Bethlehem Pies Ices.L.. C. McCutchen re- to I h lit....ri given on Tuvmlay of an, elHctlun
and doors ate up and cipate in Flag Football each W1U: Baptist Church: Monday potter; Elder L. McKay pas- 12, 1 196& for lh" mult purpo. <,ilt.

the ceiling H, ready to paint afternoon. H:! In working harJ NUht-Choir No. 3 lehearsal, tor.IVT.A.. for.|.<-tlnir htrttdfortl three Soil((3))'mid supervisor.Vat.r SHELL SERVICE STATION

Attendance at Sunday, School with what he has to make the 7 p. m. Tuesday nlsht-Story Conservation VI.trh.t for (arm'. *

dropped, and we Invite anyone i recreation activities whole- Hour, 7 p. rn. Wednesday All parents and Interested of four ((41) yi>am each,
1'h. followlna pine, (a) will FOR LEASE
to attend, especially people scjnj for the boys and girls night Oenera.1! Prayer Meet I

who do not have a church of of Staike and Bradford County. !nil. 7 p. m. Thursday'! night: \

their own. Ruby Manning accepted -, Choir No.2 rehearsal at 7 p. Established Business. Paid

the Lord Sunday night. There* will be a Hop given r.., and Ladles, Circle matting For Progress"
We were glad to have Mr. and Friday night, Oct. 1, at the I a.: the home of Mrs. Brown. "Signs Training. Financing Available

Mrs. Jessie Saunders of Penney Reno Theatre. All teenagers I Friday night-Choir No. 1 will NEON-1'LASTIC-HIGHWAY BULLETINS
Farms and Mr. and. Mrs.
are Invltedj to attend. Time
rehearse at 7 p. m.; and Pray- LETTERING-PICTORIALS
Tommy Lang of Maxvllle I from 8 to 10:30: p. m. Come I er Ban' will meet at the home John A. Torode

visiting in our church Sunday. and enjoy 'thtj fun. of Mrs. Elizabeth Wright In 01ALL SUBJECTS

RECENT MIRTH I OES Notice Lincoln City. Saturday night 411 EAST SOUTH STREET Phone 969-2011
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Pad- Dell chapter ISO will meet the Ladies Department will 215 S. Cherry St.

gett Jr. of Clay Hill announce Thursday night Oct. 7. at 8
I sell chicken dinners in the OR CALL 961-5291
the birth of a daughter on : P. m. in the Masonic Hall on

September 23 in St. Vincent's& Brownlee Street. All members

Hospital. Maternal grandparents are aske-t to please 1 ba present
are Mr. and Mrs Eddie I
and on time. Business of vital
Norman and paternal grand importance. Rev. Damon Dell, ., a C ( \

parents are Mr. and \[r8. Lon- itcr _
WP. and' Sister Alma Bacon '

nie PERSONALS Padgett all of Clay Hill. WM.Sister Agnes Dell wife of Rev. f n s[ 1i rGTI R'

and Mr.son and and Mra Mm.Julian Etta Dixon Warden Damon with her Dell sIster.Is ill We in are Miami wishIng U lIA; S"lif".

and David enjoyed a picnic v.ThLff: for her a speedy; recovery. '/ f/ 'PA <. : ,'. /- '._,-/ ; .. t' r< .n.. ,:4. .
lunch and swim at Kings. $ "" : :
Please to themany friends w.4
ley Beach Saturday. leu time. .95
Q I ZO Word or one
remember her with cards
Nancy Carter spent Sunday __ 'our advance1.25 Card* of Thanks, op t* 50 wordsLAI
and high thoughts. If not paid In
at Farms with IL: So w'd
Penney Ang-
Over 00 word per
'; American Legion Auxiliary Keyed, or Bllid Ad_______ -

lea Mr Saunders and Mrs., Millard Harris 314 wIll' hold its lejfular meetIng Each iul<.lltl.
1965-66 FFA Officers Monday night Oct. 4. at
and son of Maxville visitedIn Conventional I'
6 p. m. at RJE School. The Insurance Problems?
Clay Hill Sunday. A Ready mix concrete concrete I Loan are available In Starkeor WANTEDTO
president asks all members to & UI'IIOLSTERY WORKS
Mrs. Hazel Baxley and Officers of the two local. Future Farmers of Americacliapt.r. Call The Man From I block house piers sand ce- rural area Xttt. rate from

Catherine of Doctor's Inlet ... recently elerteil, are: please remember the member- Keystone" 71A Lemon at. Palatk ment. mortar mix. rock steel 3to 6 per spent last Wednesday with ship drive. Each member Is I Furniture Repaired, eyster shell "merock. roof 969-4111,
Bradford C'hapter top>> wonted 1: Larry Gliullnnt. vfoprcMlilent .. asked to contact one.I Mrs. George E. LaRue Refinished
Mr. and Mra. Hardy Padgett. Upholstered & gravel lintels. BRADFORD Starke Fla. tfchg
Those enjoying an outdoor ; John Odom I prcnldpnt>> ; Jerry ('nitty, reporter) I Oorene McNeil president. Kryton Heights MATTRESSES\ REBUILT ENOR. CO. Phone 904-3931, Saw Timberand

barbacue Sunday at the home I Mtiiiuling: John Sanford, sentinel; Komile Newman, treiimirer) Birthday Parties Consultant!' For All Your New Innersprinjn Btarku! ttr.h" FOR SALE-Frame house. 2H

of Mrs. Etta Worden were Mr I' .lumen. KnlKlit. Nerrrtary.Vldon' .Johnwon chaplain, U not H. B. Barry was honored Insurance Needs.Representing and Box Springs INM'RANCR miles east on rd. 16. 3 bedrooms

and Mrs. Walter Hancock of, ,,4)i,\\n. Paul C. llntrlilnx. U rluiptrr)% ailltor.Stnrke with a bit thday party given Card Cat AT REfitTED RATES I drapes In every room.
Vn A or
Jacksonville Bobby MIchael. by his wife. Ha: received many Great American Inn. Co. Drop central heating. Beautiful
!i C'linptcr holoxv ,seater: Ray \MIIJani... ilce-preH-, PAIATKA KA 5-0.-S8! AUTO. FIRE. BOAT
and: Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dixon. nice gifts and enjoyed the The Traveler In.*. Co. I yard. 4Vi acre*. [SI"t.NlneI PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY
Mrs. Howard Padgett nnd I lilent. ; Sammy Kunlre.: Ni-ntlnrl; Arthur UOIIJ)(|""" prp"hlpntlI1e'ha..1 : friendship and fellowship of Tel 473-4602 Da) MRS. PEGGY 8IIAIXEB DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY I Hundred 1. Terms. Call 969"

Mrs. MatUe Bell Austin visit- i, :\ llownrd. reporter; HtanilinKi: Gregory Alvarez. chaplain the guests. We (hope he will 473-4325 NiLes 209 E. Adklns St. INSURANCE tfchg I 4252 tfehg !

ed Mr. and Mrs. Hairy 1"1< ; Robert. ,Starllnif secretary, and Lamar C'lemonn. tr"a-, enjoy many many more birthdays Auto Fire Home Business Starkft. At*it I

gett of Maxvllle. and Mr. 1'1, urpr. Mnnthl ravmor.t Plan FOR SALE-Fill dirt. top soil. APARTMENTS FOR BALE-r'64 Ford Custom

Mrs. Marston Walls and taby I Master Larry Williams cele- I tractor work new and used unfurnished FURNISHED houses. H. S. 500. :a dr. White with blue. In*. TIMLOG Inc.
BE SURE TO SEE World hltt. ExceUI
i terlor Standard:! ,
laat Friday. : brated his ninth witha
sherry. Heat. Serve In (patty and daughter recently. Book before buying any other building supplies. W. T. J* k- Burdetto 324 North CherrySt. Phone 969-2531. !
We were sorry to hear of shells. Trim with (parsley Mr. and Mrs. Billy nrough- party given, by his patents; Encyclopedia. M, A. Payne. Bon Building Material and Machinery Phone 969-3324. ttchg I 1 I, ant condition. tfchy 5 MI. So. Starke on 301
the death of Mrs. Edna OiPi-n) Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Wil- .
fliiffx. ServeR six. ton of Jncksonvllla! and Mr. local representative! slnne Supply. Phone y I s *"" 1* Phone 961-0211
of Maxvllle. She your
died Sunday To ,cool) Bwectbrpadi and Mrs. Bobby Broiighton of liams. The honoice and guests 1956. P. O. Box 603. Phone 4001 tfehC WE BUILD by your plans or FOR RENT- 4 room furnished -

afternoon in a JackllOnvlllehosfllal. ,,10 2 clIps' boiling water midI \ Gainesville visited their (parents enjoyed cake, punch and other 064-3704 tfcht. will draw plans to suit you. apartment 126 S. Water St. Contact L. II. Outlaw

Mrs. GI'een is BLII'vlv'l I one tablespoon vinegar, one Mr. and Mrs. Carl goodies that were served. Larry | FOR SALE: Good business f We build; on your lot or our Phone 969-183 tfchg

ed by her hUl band. Claude small bay leaf, and l/3 teaspoon' Broughton recently.Mr. received many valuable THREE BEDROOM.oath and residential properties Inj\ Paramore Home 989-4111, I FOR RENT-3 bedroom fum

Green and two elnughlcl'll, '! each, pickling spleen and suit and MI's. Clyde Odom of gifts. home on your\ lot. $50.03 1 Starke, improved and unimproved Starke. ttchll GET HEATER cleaned out before unfurnished, hou *
!Mrs. Joseph Luels und 10001Ho; 'I P. 0 laned or.
H. V. Knight. | Contact Allen
I Add sweetbreads; trimmer roverod Branford visited their son-in- CHURCH NEWS down small monthly payment. winter. conveniently located In Stark,,
Slade both of Muxvillo. :
Our tfcaaI
20 minutes or till tender. law' and daughter, Mr. anti Antioch Baptist church will \ Paramore Homes, 969-4111 Drawer P. City._ I Bros. Phone 9691681.4tchg M4-3794.
I I M. A. Payne phone
deepest out lu
sympathy. goes Drain.vvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvv. Mrs. J. W. Starling and family not hold services! Sunday. The Rtark! tfrhar I II MARY QARTERPAINTS 930 I Uc_
the family. r I I I.I FOR SALE 1 Roy
The Long> Branch Cemetery 1______________________ recently. pastor will be attending the WANTED house trailer 8' x 30' $800 00.
convention.All COINS tfchI ; IIOl'HE' Madame Roberts] ,
cleaning began last TueHtl. ) Cull 9114.I\IIR2\
members mid lends: are: lillY SELL TKADK.: ,ISU.' ,.
morning !n preparation foi Two Injured I II I IN MTRKEA I tTLL LIFE RE.\I
Homecoming to 'be held Oct.. GRAHAMIly \ \ InvlteJ tj attend the annual :21-hr.I Appraisal Service for I I I LICENSED PLUMBER and well etabllahvd apartmenthouse Private C-onfldcntUl J.'

10. Come and Sunday, Oct. 10. Please mink m r.TI-'s: mUTmKfly..t. hour Avory C Blade. Phone $1.00 Special '
basket and enjoy the services. Mrs. W.. E. Starling Complete Line present! income of $150 per
Also. any donation given fOI'the this date on your culendur.- .. ...... heights. 281-4491! Maxvlll_tfchg month. with one apartment
Auto I' ofPaints
Mishap K A.M. to 9 P.M.:\ ]
cleaning of the .cemetery PlioiiB 483-2.171 Mrs. Jessie M. Barry, leporter MANAGEMENTLive occupied by the owner' and one Daily

will be greatly appreciated 1 Two Pifn' were Injured Wee.: Pleasant drove Methodist JUST RIGhT FOR UNDER NEW AUSupDlies btlng redone Is now up for I Phon. M49I4I3ILS.

Donations can be made to the AA A A A&AAA& 1 nesday afternoon In a rear- Church: Sunday School 10 u. GROWING FAMILY: and Earth worms. nale at a reasonable price. It I Illway 301
m. with Supt. Leo Desue in No. 346-20 Acres, CBS 4 bedroom $1.50 per 100. Two blocks west For n..j
Long Branch Cemetery Association -I 1 This will be my last weekto end smash-up Involving two St. Bait Is now carrying: Itself financially -I 4 ML South. SUrhe. .
or call your cori'ospon.dent. write the Graham news for cars and a train at a railroad charge. Morning service. Love- home. Lots of fruit County Jail. Pratt 9 3O All Purposes and* has *. potential Income I 4tchc 10

you. Mm. Catherine. Dynl him ciovMnB! on 301 four miles feast at J 11. Communion at 7 Vtanv' out build: In tts. All home Center 3toh of $260 per month. It

RECIPE FOR THE WEEK: : been kind enough to write it south of Starke. p. m. AU members and friends furnishings Included at $16- FOR RENT __ trailer pace Buy One Gallon Interested call for particulars.A. SALE -1 I formic o

Creamed Sweetbreads one while I am In Miami. It you 1'1011d: Highway Patrol invited to attend. iOO and 113 >?own. with patios. Over night parkIn J. Thoma Realtor. Tel FOR 110.3'
pound weetbreaclH, cooked have news. call Catherineat Oi eater Allen Chapel AME No. 332Near town center 5 Get; One leaf table with pods.
any Trooper J. M. Ht>llla Identified I ?. Clone to shopping center M4-6701 PO>.42&a tfchf.
and partially cooled; 6 tablespoons .t 18.V2SU1. the Injure:! as Gary Dubberly Chuich. Sunday School, 10 a. I room Bunnalow open Porch. Westmoreland Trailer Park. F R E E I corned Phony.
butter or :3 J Mrs. Emma I Carport Walk to all conven( FOR SALE!: Medium sized
margarine; Etcher of luliu- 21, of 2337 Burgoyne Ct., m. with Supt. Fannie Bell phone 069-3291: or 969-3011.
tablespoons all-purpose flour\ ; nnpolH Ind. visited hel' son- JaLksonvllle: and Caleb Ad- Dclestre in charge. Morning iences. Y"uni for onlv t' OB. I tte'i.g Phone 96 t.R201 safe, underwriter' approval.Like FOR SAlE 18 ft 8klpget
/i teaspoon salt dash in-law STROIIT REALTY I :353 N. Temple new. Ala; Royal standard house tr ,ller-cainp-: <
; pap- and\ daughter' : l r. and imi. 32. of 612 N. E. 6th Ave.. I service Lovefeast at 11. At 6 aluminum
rika; 1 cup canned chicken Mrs. Tom Lefevera rece.itly.We Gainesville an instructor ut p. m. Holy Communion.Adult 2117 N.>le Ave. WILLi SELL cozy suburban 1 I|I typewriter. Excellent condition. er Sleep four. 8tov. Ice box,

J broth; ',<, cup light cream; 1/3 wel'e Harry to hear that Bradford High! School. I School [111. !ft. $011) home with no closinr cost.' I' FOR RENT-1 and 2 bedroom' J. M Dyer Rt 2. Box water anD:\! lUht Ideal l to*

ounce can ((33)| ) cups) boiled David Sparks has been. til. The accident occun-ed at the Phone h18.S: l'tl Small monthly payments. LowInterest. trailers. Can ba moved on your ,,1J4B Ptl 084-2173 3t9 3O vacation or hunting trip Cal U
Adult classes held at
sliced mushrooms, drained; 2 but he la getting along muchbetter are See us at once. W. HNollmnn White 964-!1,- 473-4 03. Keystone fleightaftrr6Dm
Southern Railway crossing on Pleasant Drove Methodist)I I FOR SALE 1962! Chevrolet: own lot. J. B. I J. M. MAOYARI Welling: 2tr'hf93POR
tablespoons tfrhn
cooking sherry; now. Also. Connie LyalIs I 30 '
one package frozen patty III nnd we wish her ti tipeudy' U. S. 301 about 3:30: p. m. Church two nights each week. Corvalr rampslrte truck 40.000 1851! atrh 9 ,I|I Drilling. 2" well $1 1 25 por I
I According to Trooper llollls I J I Rt.uamiles! \ 1005.00. J. R NATIONAL MANUFACTURING THIS T foot Ph nv. OM-UIIS ItT B30: RENT AuracUyel
sheila, tuked. recovery. I HOW ABOUT
train had r
Southern freight '
a 'II'nflon\ two
TfchaFOR COMPANY Expanding: furnished two bedroom
Remove membrane from L. A, Davis 'and son of Gainesville Just $30000 Will put you Inposwrion I II and bath
stopped: on the tracks blocking 1. sales force Needs manager and FOR RENT-3 room downstairs apartment on
cooled sweetbreads. Milt: butter Mr. and Mrs. FrankReynolibi I of this three bed bath.
the highway. Dubbejly, -Klnirsley Lake fumtahed cottage Phone 94422 -
I 10 sale people men or women Walnut St. Call Mr. J WKinrsM
of Reddlck and l ilr,. with" N.
'blend in flour, / two bath house
suit bedroom room
furnWhM tfeh
pap dil'lng: south In a 1965 Volks home. connecting "i
I time. Otis '
full or part Inquire 09-1491. tfchq
and Atrs. J. C. Davis of 1'CI'ry. ,
hot water -
rika. Add broth. cream; cook wagen. was stopped at the '" iraraTe. p1iartI boat-, built-in Space heater I I
12 Wides. E. Brown. Box 7322 Bellevtew.
Qa., are visiting Mrs. Mattie i double FOR SALE One Perfectionoil
and stir and compartment
till thickened; tuMweetbreads I crossing waiting for the train ''ho".. Available\ to June Flu. tfrha healer HELP WANTED S TYlC
Davis this week. 1'1 Str"'t' heater with blower 65.000
mushrooms, and tD move. Adams, driving a Carl Johns phone 964-4201. sink. Paved Station tttrndants: and boa
Mrs. Dunwooil Dortch of I Custom Made This house I Is In perfect con BTU $35 00. Heavy duty lawnmower
I 1962 Pontiac. also headeJ I tf.Vl< FOR RENT unfurnished I shop Apply In person Jimmy:
Waldo visited Mr. anti Mrs. I south lost traction on the wet For Florida Living house, 4 room. 250 N. Drytret dition. la going to .sell and you self propelled with Moore. Oulf P'&Uon. corner

Berry Dynl Sunday. pavement as he approachedthe FOR SALE Large fram :2 r Cntl. (M4-6174. Itc'hR mitrhwell be the ,lucky 'fual wheel $55 00. John R. :3O1 and 1 Hwv' I lilt 3teh. 0 3d'
: ARE TERMITES Airs. Alice Itoblmmn and : blocked! crossing an-i slum- (fret; More i bedroom home, chain link owner. A. J. Thomas. ReoaJtor.Tpl Roberta. Rt 1 Box 72. Uelrose. ,I I'

Mra. Catherine Dyal visited mej. into tile rear of Dubber- YOU For Your $ S S fence gBmae breezewav ? LOSE!: WEIGHT safely with 11II4.1\71)1 phone 473-4H23 Up ROLLER SKATES REDUCED -
", Mt. Hored Baptist Chnrch in Iota Also 15 ft B-mim: fiber Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 91k' for ChrUtmm Sale. Cash
High 'Sprlnjfa' last Sunday. ly's car No Salaried or Commissioned : 1f111!M boat. with! 40 hp Mercury .t Mitchell! nriiff fttty 10 141 SINGER-electric: sewing' ma- FOR RENT -- Klngsley Lake and earn or| Uy-a-wajr. run

.Mr. find Mrs. T. L. McCer- I The Impact hurled Dubber Employ.. motor all elec. Including bat- chine to console. cabinet! like 3 bedroom unfurnished home. Spot. Fatrfround: upen evenln -

HGME? eny of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. ly's car forward some 25 feet trrv. 2 six gallon cans FOR SAtE OR RENT!: -fourj; new, Sews! fcrwar and reverse Available to August 1. $110 "s 7:30: 1030.: CU M404O1 -
V. L. McKtnney of Gainesville. Into a metal step on ths side block house and All attachment for making month Call S33-2H25: Uo'
: I DAD & HUM LARSEN trailer new baric to set that room concrete 0 I O 4tch 10 J.ttSI :
FREE Mr. and Mrs. James JUcKlnnoy of a box-car. Almost at the LIKE TO WORK l llOY down. Good condition. CtJ. I 20 acres. 2S miles from buttonholes. >i.-....irln... and
ROLLER 8KATE-3 hours at
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McKlnney. -I moment Dubberly's car struck Bobby Lewis 964-2781 after 6 Sttrke on Improved road I' fancy stitch d-wlim Fully '' J !SEWING MACHINES! [It]
INSPECTION and Mrs. Hizel Hull of the box-car step the train began in discount. This ad and toe Fun DIAL-O-
YOU Benefit! am ItD Phone 969-1641. J M. Siv guaranteed Can be seen We have two 1965
Starke, I. T. llecbe niul children I to move. Dubberly's car i iCU runic Itpd your are*. Make eIght monthly Spot: 'i Fairground. Saturday MATTC ZK Z***. that' h."
St1d 1'eitC.n uAS.19 of AIIl..hlll11",1 J. I). Me bounced back some 27 feet on- matinee Oct 2. 9. 1.. 23. 2 tU
TO\I\I.\DF.; : DR.\PFKIES: payments of $4 91 or will discount never' been used. They wet
of visited to the median strip. All Sizes Display FOR SALE Uprlcht piano. 5pm 93O 4trhr 1073OE (*
Kinney Gainesville on Also upholstering Tall 1\1... fo rcnah. Write: Credit | Urway never picked up

: E. CaW 964-3965: Mr. and Airs. John McKinney Adams' car, following collision 8-10-12 Wldes I" ward Turker. phone 473- Good conr:!ltlon $10000. 1\11'5. Manager 122 8. ClearwmteT I; UPRIGHT FREEZER: ; customer left area. We are

( with Dubberly's skld- 1 Vi Haths I 4274 Keyilone llelf hU.. Mary %Wtlllam> hampton FlaUp Rnitd. I-nrro P'lnni.i'" 4to 1O( >7 18 cu ft. Frost Free. Repose- unable to locate thYou
I: dt'd nbout 27 feet onto the
and Expandable 4lrh I lit UI I! e sed. J 194 model. Original can ba.e thee machine for
t median strip. coming to rest WILL WASIL Irmand mend
balance of *47 t'Sdcaah
That's Our Business I C..N! j price. $470. Like new-only the
GLASS clo.e by Dubberly's car. I FOR S.UE-j) Combination re- In my home. Call 9843324tfe'hs win take older machine
I ON the bill Fall and Christmas 250. Bulllngton Appliance or t5'TIfl.I.
I The metal strip on the box New and Used frlaerator-frefier. 200 lb. capacity I tlri\ In trade Call Credit

''I f sir It's Class We Have It" car'h uh Diitberly's car I I freezer! : one automatic Selling: Season. RepresentAvon I Mna er COLLECT' OtlneU1 *-

f .truckas credited by 8-Yr. financing available Plillco washing machine; two In your neighborhood.: WA.vrtD-U: you hare any 17<-4TU. will dUrr no
or Write Mrs. Ouida Sweet P. 0
1 Trooper Hollls with' probably bedroom suits, one dinette I type of a car or equipment you obligation atrror tt)!,
FOR ANY GLASS NKEDWe .:.: Box, IM\ >4. lIve O..Jc.. Fla l and (..r.thp
suvlivj the man's life. It prevented Use' Our Rental-Pur vnr- power mower'! S .. Friday" Gradual Irene would 1< like to donate to the ;

t Design Modern Store Fronts* Dubberly's Volkswagenfrom chase Plan-Payments morning at 314 W Artklns St. FOR SALE Single bed. box' IMI1I.!! Ic I.EOD Automotive Cl..... Call B. H. aof ; FOR SALEDecizsbl midentM -

1 ': Just Mail UM A Pattern ForI being rammed under the Under $30:> Per Month or call Gainesville PR-24433 springs and inneropring mat- T.lrph1101" flo. during nrhol hours Itch; /I lot Ibcated on E. CJ
box-car and CVPfliflq
dragged the
as Ito tress; also dresser\ : practically
R., IU Street snvmt exclusive home
Kmit>> I. Oct. 2.1
CAR WASH-Saturday I
1 I train move.!. {
Both Dubberly and Adams FOR S.ME Washing ma- new Reasonable Phone 964 tft'hl'I 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. At Automo- I i Reason*bte. Writ for particulars
1i 3971 I
i CO. were taken to Bradford County NOW'Mobile chine. Sears Kennmore': iron- tlve Shop behind gym. Span-. : Ins Owlake Are
I or phone 4I4-TT9. Orlando
hospital Dubberly treat- : Inir board. oil heater oth-rItems. sored by Auto Mechanics Safety .
was FOR SAtE One Bl<< SantaFe. *.
FOR RENT3 bedroom Sto 10 3C
Reasonable. 3'i roller I au B. S. Itcfrg
NOT 1 H.
l ( INC.) ed for a leg Injury and released )
1 Indian Beach sttton. Lot _
Fast house on W. Madison -
100. |
on Turn r\lrht\ at
Adams was treatej for Home SitesAVAILABLE
I 1313 N.W.4th I P1. f'aines\ille., Fla. Phone FR2-t' :!.>..1AMBULANCE facial Bbra hou apartment and etc. NEW
R<'f"e. NO. 354 40 AM"N. Perfect)
f ('.\ICl) OK TMVNK.S Contact Mrs. J. D. Phone 964-8941 l :teN lOoT Close Monday and
place to bnfld. Paved. roe d
Lake Privileges I privmU1
Full FOR RENT-Nicely! furnished M4 M' Water St SE'ymour'j Tuesday\ nights for front***. Planted Bahla Picture.
SERVICE We wish to express. to our Homestead Exempt apartment for one or two. parties. Fun Spot RoUer Rink. Just
kind neighbors! and thoughtfulfriends Financing Contact after a p. m. Gladys FOR 8.UX-U Comet. BeIng Fairgrounds Starke Call M49OO1 1 |11.00O.

J PHONG 961.2600 our heartfelt thanks HaoTlngton, 337 V Walnut St.ltc'hg. FOR SALE Used asbestos drafted must *rtl. Clean. 2trh 107 !SAY GOOTIBTE TO

for their many expression. of siding $500 square. Used Comet still in warranty. Over I UVVDLORD:

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home sympathy The beautiful floral Lake Geneva Ridce Roll .09 each phone 25 M. P. O Small equity or Lot 100- bY 100' NV I bed

offerings" were especially appreciated. Eon" SALE-1961 Dodge Dirt M4-3661<< ltch I trade and $63 43 month par- FEM tIE HELP: wvrrn: room buiutslow Lore uUMt-,

DeWltt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director ). The family of Wade Trailer Sales Good condition. dOO. Phone, j ments. Call 944-7343 after 12.1tpd. Age 21 to 54r good health; I room ptntrr. paneUc WQJ
11,11'1'.11.. 47 .4A78 Itpd i hour day' 5 day w Ht; Min
Stnrke, Fla. FOR SALE one portable fan' education 10th grade; vacation carport. Presnur* System
TIlE RIGHT POINT for the On Route 10O. One Mile SE FOR SALE Automatic -. h-I 36 Inches; one 48 Inches with sick letve. and Ur-tnent OnlY J miles! from town. Jus

RENTAL SERVICES.; way you write Com In and Keystone:' heights er refrigerator end table motor 30 used army locker FOR SALE House and 2] benefit*. Write or see Personnel IllSO down on S71M8T _

b Hospital Heds, Wheel Chairs Crutches .rl
f BROOK Fountain' r.". *- j furniture Phone 473-4876 Box 578 or phone .00 Inquire\ 52O N. St. Clair St. Center P. O Box 1150. tI17 N. Tfi'U A...
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i '| forVWVt\ 'brings 1 two questions I have In turn, clipped the could 4e a better job or at we, the ta2>ajr rsT place at recently completed summer Starke-Bradford County Library the- circulation from Oct 1W4
I'I to dry Wind\. : i I'c' I article; about the Surplus Food east five A reasonable! answer their disposal. Is It too much Library Services reading program-' I ': now on'' toari from the I through Au*.. 196 teed.22.637.
1.---.. Mow do these ('hild program from The Telegraphand to a citizen's problem other to make a request of your oWn Actvities Told Mn! ISwrman saM that an State Library' Senrice. Book are* checked: : o&t for one
'1A, vf\J1\\ access to an arsenal /will use It a* ammunition than, "I don't know how." tax money? To City Council Increasingnumber of young, The local library subscribes! month. .
04))raleJt ltgnltude? In my continuing battle to I am writing to the Attorney I asked"one member of t.heboa''d. people are using the reference I to 14 different magdn. i Borrower esyM' issued !root
Ilo. 2..JIaw" do they bt'Jg' "e ted? we tnltffht have Alex Yawn for feel he should be Informed of the damage cauaetf to our of as places where stern librarian "We appreciatethe I of service are 10 ant to1 5 p. .are 1.442, Mrs. Norman added
Telegraph: YOiars sincerely, a while. I am sure we could the misrepresentation thesemembers property by the county toad guarded books against interest especially shown In ,the library m. Monday through >Saturday, "We are ,proud 6f\\ our
Deal Sir I visit the City Wet M. Ortidorfff get It then but our County gave of their oualifloations what we were receiving In re-' people. by council members closed, Wednesdays, SuAdays, torary Ami- tta services" j
,Starke quite often and love en'I :: Beach Ha. Judge Is at present adamant.It to handle th.3: position turn for our taxes. Hia answer: The statistical report of the when we have out of town and holidays.In Norman'added, "and w,; M..j I Ito
.'cry much. I think the* I It Is still so good! to have In. their campaign election. By "I don'i know. Not much." Starke-Bradford. County LIbrary groflpa for library training addition to Mrs. Norman invite everyone tt come! Ivlort
whe is just grand >ell.r' taetne: the paper and to see the their own admission! they do On his historical remark I disproves! that theory. and for other public other members of the presentlibrary and check out a f fPlastle
programs .
ID' some Juveniles who I l )naive\ followed with Interest names of people whom t love not know how. Surely we.must close. Members of the Library' functions: Mrs.. Norman told board of trustees are :. t
"iverv' Sunday, discharge !' yotl. h'S and comment on and with whom I worked Best be protected against his careless -Mrs. James D. Eland Board of Trustees, and Ll- the Starke City Council mem- i Mrs M. W. Cre ler, Mr. J.
i wo to five hundred rounds PrO eCt Heed;) Start, and regards. mismanagement of our Silver LakeP. orarlan Mrs. Edward Burns' 'W. Klncald Mrs. H. C. Hitch 'Notebook $8.5 al. the
nun-powered tholalt9st)'O\1\ might be Interested i -Ruth S. Morse roads.If O. Box 541 met with the Starko City bers.There are now approximately and Mrs. Junlui Smith. .. TELEGRAPH.
.IOOl!! the graded road ] &/ lit> tPe enclosed clipping Route 1 there anyone I ask, in Keystone Heights, Fla. Council last week and 6,000 volumes in the Starke Mrs. W. B. Scoggins to assistant I I
nom 'ifti: to (highway 16. w'W'\' \ \\ows how It has been Melissa Texas Bradford County, who doe presented a report of services Library, with a 60,739 Inven- librarian and Mrs \
W. Clark i I. employed as
and activities of the local li Philip
This modern day of law fa'AAt'U' received here also not wonder what will happen tory for the Santa Fe Regionof
Dear Mr. Matthews: and is haPPening his county THE RIGHT POINT for the brary. which the Starke-Bradford clerk-typist. Miss" Beth Daane THE RIGHT POINT for the
I II I tun' writing this letter to in the hands of a small group way you wrIte, Come In and Mrs A. rt. rnorman, as County Library Is a part. !is Regional Librarian and herofl'e .way :you writ. Com la tad
la located in Gainesville.Mrs. M'ycMII'' favorite XC8TER-
I you for publication in your who obviously are not inter- elect your favorite ESTER- spokesman for the group told Of these 6.0OO volumes a- Mid reNord 1&
Norman one BRO< fountain
paper* r feel the other citizens ested In bettering our com- GKAFII. the Stark City Council that I'' bout 100 are new. There are i is donated and pen. TXEOKAP1L -J
f If of Bradford! County munity with the funds that BROOK fountain pen. TELE- 237 children enrolled In the also about 50O books in the subscription
should be enlightened (If there
are any who have not been by !
personal experience], as to the
do-nothing attitude of our i
Board of County Commission- I You Are Invited To
Come In And See The Largest Se

s.r v ers.Upon Board appearing.concerning eTore a drainage the lection Of Heaters In This Entire Area DuringSlade's L I

problem from the county row I "
onto our property, we were ,
a r f Yt, told! by unanimous vote of the :
3 n Board that they did not know
what to db as this was In their
opinion natural drainage Dearborn Days
therefore they could do noth-'' -
ing to alleviate this problem

Have you ever heard of a
11i1\ f } county using private property, LITTLE BITTY HEATERS MlDDLE SIZE HEATERS-GREAT HEATERS
J 4'ii) R1 1 Itl99c as a drain to their county,',
; road? This is not ai major
problem and could easily be I I
solved by drainage ditches or
I underground drainage direct. I
IV l Into the lake for which I,, KingAteg SERIESCOUNTERFLOW
offered them the use of part /G. ri
of my land. This was met witha .
blank look upon all five i, 51 nnST wj,
faces, a't though nothing had rlJ --:
been naidl _
I Now my reasoning and WALL FURNACE &0
mind wonders what our esteemed -
board would do In the
face of a major road problem i Heats Eke a central furnace
I I when this minor one a slight'''
slope of the road unable to be with its oounterflaw. forced-air
classified as a hill, completely I
I baffles them. Are they capableof HEATS yj circulation that lays a "blanket-> WITH ANY HEATER PURCHASED (OVER

making: decisions on of hear 25.000 RT.U'S C.OOD THRU OCTOBER
II I straight flat roads only? across floors. Installs
I 15T1I, 1965.
I Their main reason Is that r on-the-wap or in-the-waf
Kayser Hosiery we own an. undesirable piece of
I, property. According to the taxataessor's without expensive duct work This Is A Real Dealt
office. it cannot be
Fall Sale TOO undesirable as the lot iaiuml! Heats 1. 2 or 3 rooms. ..'
alon l.i assessed! :! well over $2.- .
000. Now I wonder' what price automatic controls...
property( the board considers .
desirable enoinrh to warrant 65,000 D1U S. I II II
30 'Oct. 1 2
their attention. Does this mean' \ HAVE YOUR CAKE
the average citizen isn't entitled -
Want wonderful time tA MV'et to properly< maintained I

Now during Kayser's a oru) ) ei'ftll\ 1 Fall Sale:, I a roMs 10.000 because plecf'he of doesn't property own? I .Z: ::_.. i ,AND EAT IT TOO!

you save on all yourfavoi'Ue !hosiery styles ihave made a minor inquiryas ; : '

including famous Cantm hit>All: Tops to the general feeling of, Thi L'p
several ,hundred citizens' In ..
and Agilon stretch. And All\ Styles come in a I ; : -
each district and
I have discovered
wonderful( of colors: from lovely _
: I '11m not the only one '
basics to enchanting high"'f4 ))1iCn tones. who has been met with this THIS, iSJT1E( VERY
negative attltuiw.: dII\
$1.35 Kayser Hosiery on sale for 98o! As to my local representative J.i, .' ''51'\ BEST _I t A S_ AREA

$1.50 Kayser Fit-AII Tops on sole! for $1.10 <>n the l board, who It was! dIIROOMS if ( HEATER ON THE

$1.65; Kayser Centrece'on .*|16 for $1.29 Impossible to contact before I .
the meeting\ she said upon arriving ; \ MARKET :TODAY .
at the meeting. "Oh. .
yes. they were going to take ,' rl Dearborn Crest' Serie.

Stump'sDEPARTMENT care probleM.'of this" particular road 4.I I -. 'Ie With a CoorSaf ty..Ca+ -,
: As soon as the mat :
ter was brought up all of a t 'uwI 51hj- 5 ( Inei. *

STORE sudden Upon. it vl.J1oIC was Imponslble.this haphazard JII.Iii r : IUJ! 41T .'

handling. I felt that even t- _i OR t't, -'tit/' : 9 FROM
j I. without any expetlencc. I .. ,

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''I"""""""""""""""""""",, In" marriage' In FoHrtton. <5a.on and Mrs. Hayml of Anderson Marriage Licenses Bonnie Isms Ritt-h..., 1ft; both
Saturday' Sept. 11., Mr. 3. C.Mr.. of Starke; ,
I : BROOKER Stoke of Brooker. is the son and Mrs. Freeman Crosby Marriage. Hcenn' applications I Edward Henry GrhTfls 30,
of :MTU. -Alberta Stokes. M\M\ vlsHed\ Mr*. Crosby's brother made to the County and Mary Jane Grlffls, 30; WHEN YOU f 'r'j
Justin 1e from Aahrlll, N.- C. Live .
of Oak
Monday.Mr. both of Starke; DIAMONDS
Judge'office during the period 'H BUY
By Betty Ratio Standing for the and Mrs of ,
I np couple Edgar Sapp from Augnet 2 to Sept. T, Included JImmIe Martin 18 Starke
I..A..A..A.A..A waa the groom's brother Ruddy Jacksonville were Sunday : and Mary Frances Norman
j Stoke. The newlyweds\ will guests of Mr. ami. Mrs. KJlery Albert Eugene Barnes. 33, Itt. Lawtey;
I Held[ ever from last week make they home In QalnesvlUe. Sapp. and Sharon Arlette Bagwell. David Jones Jr., 18, Starka, t *e
I BIRTHDAY I GET TOGETHER with:: Umeaton Product. New- Heilbronn Church met at the
Olden Winifred and tey:
t Mrs. Ethel Bass
I surprised when waa several acmewhat berry. church Thursday night for the Joyce Louise Ward both of Jimmy Clifton Boone, Jr.. 91
out of town friends PEKSONAt.8 purpoa of planning the work Stark.. Gainesville and Peggy Marie I ties.-..w..e.Ip .._
droppedIn Mr. and MI'I..J.'T.. Bass and for the new year Rhoden, 17, Starke. '
to wish her Stanley Edward Young 30 4 ITVNMM' IMl5asis
: a happy birthdayday family motored ,to Mulberryover Rev. Aubrey C. Todd attended and Loretta Blaine 31, both of .,.'. ',, !
night. Also bringing gifts ...... MS50 ,
the the monthly executive meet- .. w.. .. <
were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: WU- weekend to visit! :iMrs.Baas' Washington D. C; CARl OF,THANKS I. -.. \ "
I llanm of High Springs, and uncle and aunt Mr. Ingat the First Baptist John AMon McCauley' and "' Mr. and !Mr. Bobby Walkerof and MM.' DonnW Baughman. Church Tueaxtay nljrht. Mable Luella Hendrick. Page; "The Lord gtwth. and the at+a.etlleweuA.dwledaint.arlr0-- f
Alachua. While there they ajso-visited, CHURCH ACTIVITIES: both of Waldo; Lord taketh." He taketh our
I'I PTA NEWS Mrs Jante Mallory and small I Sunday School 10 a.nv; MornIng Ronnie Lamar "sanford 18, Infant daughter Sara. Marie I HKMEMHEU;: You can use your DIAMOND SAVINGS
The ant of the son. I Worship. 11 a.m.; Train and Lillian Vernesteen Crews, WllUama and itveth. us reason .
I Brooker Junior Htgt School Tha county bus driven nave, ing Union, 8 T p. m.; EveningService 18; ,both of Starke; I to live on not because of STAMPS Toward the Purchase,, of Any DIAMOND

( ) PTA win be held) In the lunchroom been' attending; classes on Prayer Service p.m.; 7SO Wednesday: p. m. John o.borne Petrey. Jr., 24, ourselves atone but because ot ( at UULLINGTON'S.Bullington's : .
on September 30. At safety In Starke' this week.. all service Arcadia and AII6a LuclnduRaulerson our dear friends who care and
Nursery op.1lor
Us time the new principal Attending from )ieri were Mrs.I IS, Lawtey: pressed our hand In sympathy,
and new teacher will be Introduced Ethel a.... Mrs. Oolite Her All of you have giv 'n us coxire .
f i | and plan tor the annual rent Mrs Charity Williams. I. Irving Welntrnub. and e and atrengttt to bear our Studio & Gifts
and Lloyd They Plaetle Notebook $:I.SO at Clara Lee Skaff, both of Gainesville
Barry. ,
Halloween Carnival Will reported treat Borrow Thank you so
( ) take shape. Prior to this. meeting that they learned a lot.., TELEGRArII. ; very much. Raymond St
Paul Octlve 20, and
Landry i
: an executive board meet- Mr. and Mra. C. E. Holder I Betty WUllanu.
f ing will be.called by the president enjoyed a two week vacation
to prepare the way for recehtly visiting friends and .
the carnival and other social relative. in Texas. On re'urn-
; I'functions of the school.STOKESJl'HTIN Irig"' home. Mrs. Holder was
: called fcacK to Texas' due to y .
I t I KIIIHNG: the death of her father.
; | I Horace Junior 9tok s and Mrs '1ofI nIe Atkinson is
, Mlns, Doris Justin were.. united pending some' tune with her
I three deters &in Auburndale.
I Pat and" Tony Castlan. Jam-
I tee Mott and. *Oene Melvin

, purchased" black: Angus steers!
. to ratj* and prepare for the
4-K Club. and Ml'*. The show

Hunrmc HEWS should M.ftb. be held sometime, n

Quest in the home of Mr. : :
'and Mrs\ arl Green. on Friday .
I night.. ,..r. her sister and T
DOVE SEASON OPENS OCT. 2NDBe family Mr.. '0114| Mr*. F. M. r -
Vlckery anti.| nun David of EVERYTHING
I Oalnesvtlle. Seamless I I Hose

Prepared --- Shop Where The from While the on service.a 30I.y Mr, leave and FIRST QUALITO Nylon ,

Latest Equipment Is In Stock Mrs. Tommy Cox are visiting NAJtVIST! ; SA1I SPICIAU P '
friends and
In JackMonvilf
Steal eD0.e...$... M. pl V Mil '. M
and Lake Butler. They .krr.......... V."I.. ...., rear.wIsar ] $1
USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN will return 16 Brooker to visit ,,0/11/ l III ......, .. E ... II.A I
her parents, Mf. and Mrs. BartGreen. .. .. I
i In preparation for the

Bank Financing on Guns 20% DOWN 'I trip back are sorry to their to !bane.We report. that MEhTSFUNNEL Women's Panties if &

little Dwlffct Emory, son of .
".fr; and Mil. Paul Emory fell .IAaANhes elia ,
SHOT GUNS HUNTING CAPS and broke his arm yesterday.Mrs. 1eoo'ft.' M..'. fcl""I I HooJ3 $1
...... whit.,
RIFLES 7 LATEST CO IO. CLOTHING Ifargt. Lefvls" entered Sport Shirts t ... ..4....iM........ ,It.. ,*: I
HUNTING COATS SNAKE BITE KITS Alachua 0.nsral. Hospital& on 1 +

C WATERPROOF HUNTING VESTS BOOTS SNAKE HUNTING PROOF KNIVES LEGGINS Wednesday Mr. surgery and Mrs.aflarnooti on A'Thursday.: I*to aren unJergo t 177 C : g7 e W&MEN'S GIRLS' SHIRTS

GUN CASES HUNTING STOOLS had their ton John of Perry I ,

MOST CAI RIFLE AMMO. NEW TYPE GAME HAG as a visitor on Tuesday.Mrs. OUR REG. 1.99
ASSORT. Rhoda M..,.i-. plaid Nn.ear. ,.. \
GAME CALLS ALL WEATHER SUITS I Jackson ofJickaonvfl. -. _pl..I, .......kU.. Tee
SHOT GUN SHELLS spent last Wednesday ... JlI., 6
HAND WARMERS t* kY -kH, pe. ii* tW W.'a II.., 11 t* M
with 16
INSULATED SOCKS SAFE KERO HEATERS & Mrs Pearl 1 M.rk.lay. ...!. SINe :V. N. U XL :
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Attending! funeral services
for i little. Mike bees' were Mr.. 1 \! 0.1. cloth' avrl and a*..... D.eras
and :..... Uoyd Barry and. _"on. Newett cola ifyW. Solid
I er, and Mr. and 10(,... soJort' mnj prink; (ono; or rol-uf tleeve..

Stilrkp Builders Supplies Inc. I son Land of of Mr.Pensaeola.and Mrs.. Bl'UOk.// BOYS'FLANNEL Ili

MedlnU I>... HatoMS Center Oty following died ,WOMEN'S CORDUROY WOMIN'SGirdos

219 E. Washington St. Phone 961.4201'F surgery. /
M Jackie CruUhfleki: and Shirts
children. of OalneevlMa. and Sport OUR sta. 2.99
Mrs. J. J:. Hardy and Janet I
I I of Starke were recent visitors 1.49 VALUE 248
l ,0
_!In the Lloyd Barry Mme
| ., ; 133
| Tnam Interested In writing Med.. J ww Ds.PMI .
Laverne Dyal and helping to s.. a w N. W al.... I tn'. IffoJ, .**,
keep him cheerful may do so j l.... I.. ..ltty ...,...
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by addressing as follows: Pfe. Pleee.lwev. .. h $.... i i

Lloyd L Dyai RA IUI MM4.,. BOYS' PARKAS ..... ...... .- ....

Ben 130th Fcndaro-Trans. D et.Calif.APO IMUT,, Zir-OFF HOOD lw"" 'II _,... ".... ..... WOMIN'S..
By the way. dues anyone'her.
Jk Io. :' a taste for cold shrimp? REG. i.91 Nylon Slips
BfRO r Days OUR ttO. J."
""""f"".,, .. .." """,, RsliD! YU
I 2 $5

001 HEILBRONN Olive, Id.. Pnox ..... .......
o. y ..1. 1 .S a a. w. JIMS "
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a, Mr*. A. C. TdJ 1.719.1.. r.. ....
= ;;
Aid Mrs. lUll Ee44lok $1 .

SHOP EARLY SAVE MONEYOn AA .A. AA.......... sa... 7 .. ..4. .. I&.

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These "Early Bird" BARGAINS. (Held. aver' Craw las we*kl) -
Mrs. Lacy. Epperson: and '
daughter ot LakeButUr were THERMAL BLANKETS
SUPER SPECIAL! GENERAL; ; ELECTRIC: : 4 gu Ms et Mr. and Mre. RMery.

nape last week. REG. $1 .c." VALUE

One Full Carat The highMabt' ot entertainment ...._s. .Mil. r aaee.d A Lv....... W... ../ ..,... ....
for Hrtlbrunn a s- 77 .. .... $4
lUptM _. .
Clock k Radio 14.95 k1 .l urPa c '".ir
Oh' arch was peanut boiling .te Need ,...... _. aye ...... SeIW ...... b-. n w kw
Solitair Diamond !In honor of hurt years. 0111<<:'..... rf. .... c..... .__ Ue .....
I thanking them for their. fallh-
fullness and the -
many tNf1C'8
Kodak-JuMamatlr 100 that wen a rompllBfkwlMr.

$$450 ; and ,..... Mnn Tlormmnaaxf Reg. 3.99 Drapes
'' damgitttr. Cindy: are vacationing 344
Camera 13.95 / in Miami 4JMa week. sent .iq seerer tai. 6.f..e. asstti
Compare at IMOO MSM Nanry LM landed a k..e. A ice ea-
dumber' party. last frfcJsy( -
6 Transister eight In hunur of her rousla,r REG. 1.99 JGAtot ioYS
Mtss KartMl Williams, who Women's flats
The New Super 8 was eeUftraUng .her tenth birth. cAAe, -CuriaiasIJt 166 *Oxer tangles
RADIO 6.95 day.Mrs.. Amanda Crosby i Is ca"'h.wet '- ......e 18 .... ea ....-.. 1.39 Yatt R and Sports

MOVIE CAMERA : the week .
spending with her rl.l. seed r
heat.?. J.MI. Milliard ofMiami Men's Sweat Shirts R EG. i
4 Transuter who .Is 111 at this. wnt.InC. ff"-"j J." 3"
1.3' VALUE '
Electric Ere-Zoom Lens 51
CeHl ''bI"... father of ...... featelt ..K... .... a...! ... ti Isle. "

Tape Recorder 12.95 Wayne ....... I a at home S. M. I.Girls' t
79.95 nr sawadang rvvrml dsys In flannel ) "
I Alachua General IfawpttaJ. Sleepwear g .
American Mad.-Portable Mr Leon Norman sod )I,. REG. 1." 3 0 55 s': ,. '
I 16 la. Sharp and Mil K. P. Norman and :' a..l w-- --- ... R WOMEN'S It : ,
rh Mrir spent t to weekend inL.e.twrg YL(
TV (NEW) 75.00 ; .
Donald Thom.-. Girls' Morpul Anklets

14.95 and grttoVJaugntar Kelly/ of Palm.ot Beach.Mrs '- 1.-" ''' --- ---.. ....... .... 3. $1 Sleepwear

Why Pay More?. AnnW Kaa.,.. .has. ratamcd' to so.h .. .t. Rt.. $
Clarke l. reaura ...."1C1Idtea fOR 5

See The' ..New.IISwingerll Polaroid CameraAt for the winter._...... Men Crew Socks : : Reg. 3.99 3"REG
Mr. and Mr* Oren rUdduh .
.. c:1 L_.. "..t.da k.,.
of RaUard Sanday-wtth ... ... sent t.1. .... ad c-.. ....
Bullington'sOnly $79.95 lab brother .ntf sister.l -tew, e.a.04.. ..J...west .. .. ter r 4 -d 'a"--.
Mf. and Mr* BUr.w..D4..u lUdJlaft.

These Few of the Many Bargains At Bulling oC, Mr and 2.99
are just a )Ira BUI Chamber were Mrs.Bn Reg. Handbags 66

ton's. Remember You Get Diamond Savings Stamps Chamber, mother of Mr. BiSb* b.l ela.e.lrn drew.. Lw'p. ..... .
Chamber*, grandparsnts. Mr.raa .. .d ___
With Purchaae. A Small Deposit Holds It, eI dtl e II
{ Mrs T. a: rtwrs r. *aabrothertariaw
and Met_., Mr. _

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................nYVV'. Mrs, L. V. Moore and family.Mr ., -r.f: reel and rod. McRae won a incredible to get all the adventures amatuer productions In Chicago -
Smithand ;, r Mitchell 300 rod and reel. laughter' and tears of I and throughout Nebraska
chiltlicn! of Btiuke. 'I ;JUKI( Mrs Jlmmv vc ru ,,..ii "
Sunday: dinner : f.+mlly of Graham ware 4 'f" BlTgs a table box and cooler the Immortal tomboy Jo and: I Mrs. Barbara Jonas, a Junior:
Kingsley{ LakeMrs. and Mrs Ray Miller! Sunday I afternoon guest ot s ._ srh, a and bath received assorted her, family! Intoi. a on I sponsor who did such a splendid -
ily were Mr. and I Mrs. Harley Hal tley .uii:! on I fishing equtrmnt.: Jones received or two hour pia-'jctlon::'; but I II job with last year's: set and
a Mitchel 304 reel an; I that Is exactly what John Ra- l1 hts, has vo'unteueJ to de-
Sauiidrrs and: Phil Elder of Gjaiwt! i '1tm.! > .UttL
K. St. Ncn1U011 rod and other. fishingequip- void: has done- Jo directs tha I vote her energies to that difficult -
ney Farm Mr. and Thui'.da to, sunday 110
CUb spent
ment for his winning perch as Christmas play, waits with I tack again. She to
IMiiuie S: -.2014AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA L 111. key and son of as guest cf :Mi, b 1: >> (III ,. r I plans
did Page for his first place Beth for the "Angel of Death use ttuthenlc Vfetorlan costumes -
i .I. and :Mis. E. J. Elder: anr. family. r
shellcracker encourages Intimacy between and uet.
I I.ilatki I. Rev L. A. and Ininilv m
E, M Norton I
The 1965 contest ended: August sister Amy and, her own dear LITTLE WOMEN Is always
C1IEDIXES I Jk, om Ill ', and MJ' Rev B. T. Pcavv IIn'' turn)'
r I
31 and the '66 contest, a LaurIe sweetheart of her philosophically: rejuvenating.
Kln slcv< Lake BaptiitCliunh Shlpman! iin-l: :Mrs I attended the decllrntl i 'M u t ., year-round competltton.; started : I childhood! :: ; and finally finds: j We predict this year's play
R A.
Mr anal Mrs. !
9:43 LawteBapus
of the
: Sunday School : ices i + September 1, according toElk's her own Ideal match in Pro- | will be educational an:' enjoyable -
11 00 and family had alt!! moon' i r.* Ir to011SU'
Worship : Church Sunday
n. m Moiniiig Lodge Exalted Ruler J. f essor Bhaer. Any mother can I i as well as a smashin7success :
Training Union 6:15p. : Sunday Mrs. Nellie I Mr. and Mis.: J Iiittnew: !
a. m.: D. Doyle. 'I feel a part in the intense !
m.: Evening Woishlp.!!\ 7:30p : and Mrs. Junior lof I Ponta, Vedra Bearh and j' D D R rR Doyle said then are three I, emotion of as she I
Midweek Prayer Serv and children:: of st. Mr. and Mrs LJo :1 a uu t1.MDbe
m. < weighing stations in Starke. meets and experiences life I
Wednesday 7:30: p. m.: Mis. Wassle Fl.'h | hat*. of Oklahoma w >r.)"> ul) '
everal Animated with the
youthfuleonthusla.111 THE
andw> others at outlying RUiHT; POINT for the
children of Glen St :\ of1:1': : and Mrs\ !
Rev. B. T. Peavy, pastor. Friday !guests
lakes anti fishing camps. of her girls i way you write. Carole In and

"Come" let us worship together 'and Mr and three Mrs children W.Miss C. Townsend Line Ciew Sr. and Jim- _" ., ..... .... ,. I I He said fishermen may hive The play Is being -'irected' < nrlert your futorlte KHTEHRKOOK :!' -
their fish officially weighed at Ruth Bumba senior : fountain TELK-
by Mrs. a prn.
Beulah Baptist Church: sonville were Sunday my Smith attended the Uni- At BHS Alvarez's Store, L, B. "Red"I who has had i GKAPII
Mis F. Q New Student Officers I sponsor exper-
Sunday School 10:00: 1\, m.: Mr. and versity of Florida and MisMp- Alvarez's Service Station and lence. with professional and
Morning Worship, 11:00: a. m.: Miss Sylvia pl State U. game lust SaturdayIn at Starke Builders Supply i
Union 8:30: p. m.; Wednesday night as Gainesville. Saturday night Pictured above are the new student body officers at HriMUoril High School. From left I
Training Norton Man- Tickets to enter the Florida ._._._ ,__ _.._____m...._
Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.: Mrs Trudy Johnson'I they attended the Henry ti> right are Jim Douglas, president l ; Kn, tire-president: John (> Fishing Contest may be purchased :E VALUE.OF. YOUR
clot Concert
Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday :!- ; Sylvia Dodd, treuMirrr, and Cathy II Itchcm'k, M-CTi-tirry., from Starke Elk''(
8:00: p. m. Rev. LesterTasrgart Mrs. Gloria Meek Mr and Mrs E. M. Norton I any WITH JUST -SMALL"INVESTMENT! .
member for $1. He said the ,
pastor. "Everyone stone Heights visited and family visited! Mrs.: F. C. I
Welcome.." J. Hants Thursday. Hodges, and family and Mr. I Saturday honoring their son, service toward upgrading the I has four older daughters, Mrs. money received in this way I 1r RESET
PERSONALSMrs. :'\ Mr., and Mrs, Cecil and Mrs' Henry Hodges, of W. C. Jr. of Jacksonville. Others production of small farmers Donald -Myers, Tampa, Fla.; I goes to local charities and to
W. P. Cooley left Sun- head arid daughters Hdlbronn SjjiiiiKs Saturday present for the occasionwere to his credit. Miss :Martha Ann Cronkhite the Harry-Anna Crippled
''day to spend several days in weekend guests Mr. nistht. Mrs W. C. Townsend Jr. He moved to Starke KI.i. Kalamazoo, Ml Miami, whel'elhe/ will take W. P. McKinney of Mrs Sadie Elder) and Johnny and daughter/ Sharl. Mr. and from fort" Payne, Ala wherehe Bailey, Marianna, Fla." ; and
care of business and also visit ville. Lotl attend?d the Mississippi Mrs. C. I. Townsend, and Mrs worked for two years to Mrs. Ed Bailey, Tampa, .'Ia. 'Little Women' in an excitingGEMONGEM"
with her sbt'I',, Mrs. John :Mrs R. L. Smith : State: U and University L S. Doehne and son Larry, organize> the Northeast Ala- and four grandchildren. Selected For SETTING
Sapp. Napa Claif last of Florida game last SaturdayIn all of Jacksonville, and Mrs. bama Produce :Maiket. He began -
Mr) and Mrs Ray Miller the Illness of her Gainesville W. S. Ortega and four chil his career as an auctioneer Edwin Johns Jr.-Sr. Play & iiN'
and son were sntmday afternoon Mis. Will Howie. It Is Surprises Birthday Party dren. at the Ft. Pierce, Kla.
guests of Mr. nn | Mrs. ite at this time how A Surprise Birthday:: party State Farmers Market. Cronk: Takes First Excitement Is purling out o
C, L Hickey alson:! or Bel- I will! be gone was given bv' the Kingsley: ] Cronkhite NamedTo hlte spent ten years in North of the upstairs windows ofBradlcrd ? _
more Miss Nancy Hartley Lake Church Choir last Wednesday 'Who's Who'J'hlllp and South Carolina where he.Bass PrizeEdwin High. likt hot soda ,
two markets for
Mr and Mi-s W H. Agner somllle spent honoring J. L. Bradley pop opened by mistake. I
ale of fresh fruits and
i with Mi and Mrs. E. our church music director. vege But this is no mistake. r
and son have as a guest for James Cronkhite of tables. He received a
ton ind family. received recently Johns won first placeIn _
Mr. Bradley many
two. weeks J. Jj Christmas. of Starke, has been of The English Department has 14 -
named to citation from the Governor
David Elliott thee bass division of the ,.
Mis (
: '' useful gifts. Cake punch, and begun try-outs for the JuniorSenlou 12DIAM 0 ND BRIDAL SEi N
Jacksonville.Mrs. "Who's Who In the South and his -work in the .c
tlicn of coffee were /served to those Kentucky for Florida Fishing Contest /sponsored -
David Cottle had illS Mr. ,\tad Mrs. E. J. present for the occasion. I Sou th we..t." produce marketing field. by the local Elks with a play. It Is hoped the
Sunday guests Mr. and'' Mrs The tenth edition of "Who's spurting will become a cool
I Sun afternoon.. Birthday DinnerA Cronkhlte Is employed by the 12 Ib. 2 oz. specimen and
Edgar Cottle and, three sons, Mis* Sylvia Norton I Birthday Dinner was / Who in the South and South State of Florida, Departmentof Jimmy I IPotllckerl McRae took tickling! of the nose .as those 39.95
and Miss! Winnie Cottle nil of served west" is compiled by the editors selected for the cast settle
upi-ki, nd In Daytona at the home of Mr and Agriculture as a MarketingSpecialist ftconplace with a 11 Ib. 13
Woodbine. Oa.. and Mr. and I I of "Who's Who in America" and Is manager/ of down, to sip the pleasant ex'Pf'rl..nces
11Iet! i 'of Miss Kay Mrs. W. C Townsend Sr last oz! fish
and published as a separate the Starke State Farmers Market of a dramatic production -
E D. Jones won first prl.ein
volume. He was born in Allcgrin, I
the speckled perch division
I Cronkhite, a leader In the Mich and married there to The play this year will be''!
with a 2 Ib, 10 oz. whopperand
marketing' of fresh fruits and Irene Adams, now dec-earn-d. Louisa May Alcott's classic
vegetables, served as> presidentof He and his wife the former' Don Page took the .hell- LITTLE WOMEN, The story It..p.e s.p.L.Iu.pu0WO10pus.ault- i i PlOr"OII'AwNlMkriag
FUEL BILl cracker title with a 1 lb. 8 OZ ..
HJGH the National :Market Man Mary Sue Riddle of Holmes third was written for play production : tgYCu1a. M.O uQw.Bullington's
bream Bobby Biggs won
agers Awtoctatlon; was Instrumental County, Fla. and four children by John D. Ravold and I
In organizing state and Gale, Aida, Stephen, and prize In the bass division withan published by theSamuel Studio & GiftsTERWILLEGAR
make Independent produce marketIng Mary Lynn live on Walnut 11 Ib 8 oz fish French Company In New''
you'I I centers; and has 16 years. I street in Starke Cronkhite For his first place bium i York and London. It seems
John received a Mitchell 350
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raYYLAWTEY y yy yy yyy .. Circle :Monday 8 p.m.. MYF Edwards of Brooker was) vial officers will be elected at the I
bas again been changed back Ing during the week. next meeting to be held on ---- -
\ to Wednesday evening at 8 p.] :Me. and Mrs. Bob Smith of October 21. The club Is in dire
m. following choir practice. Jacksonville: and :Mr. and Mr'' need of new members as well Longcliamp Builds the Best Designed Homes
Sunday was a good day for Maines Grlffls of Palatka were aa the support and: attendance ,
By Enia Bianchard! the church: with the District Visiting Mrs. Nellla Wilkinson, of the old) members. The clubis
Superintendent bringing thmessage Mrs Daisy Boch and Lynn for the help and bettermentof
and fellowship dinner during the weekend the community and the In this
Sunday waa a great day for following. Every one enjoyed A group of friend gathered people of this small town Area
the First Baptist Church/ of visiting along with a good l at the home of Mr. and Mrs.M should be Interested' in what
Lawtey when dedicated dinner. L. Turner for a barbecue
they the club does for It. Any and ., ....
their wonderful new church First Baptist: Sunday School dinner. During the evening M. 4 "
and Homecoming. The message 10 a.nn.. Worship 11 ..m., and M. Jordan with his guitar and< the everyone la Invited to attend
next JAL
meeting and Join In
es were brought by Rev. I* 7SO: p.m., Training Union 8:30:! Doyle Starling with his harmonica and help to Improve conditions iJ- _Les_ .,. .. '- __ -
T. Howe of Gainesville in the p.m.. Prayer Services Wedn.lay played as Jordan sane I
aswen as !learn new thing. It't'. ':H,_. ,
morning and oily the pastor 7:30: pan several numbers. About 12 enjoyed themselves. : :!
Rev. Charles Harvey in the afternoon Church of God: Sunday the even In&". Prior toi u the"! business ,A Wt.r
School 10 12 Mr. and Mrs. L. M. [cClel- meeting. Mra. W. B Mi- -
The music was .good, a.m.. Worship a. ache te3gEs K
of Worthlngton
with Joe PerKintm of Green m. and 7:30: p.m.. YPE Wed.' Ian and Bobby were Thursday the M MW
Cove Spring leading the sing neaday 7:30.Highland: supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sprigs club crave en inter
ing accompanied\ by the pian- Baptist: Sunday M.-xle: Reddish in Raiford. ertlng and) Informative demonstration 3&yg?
ist Mrs. Joyce Kutoh. School 9:45: a. m.: Worship Bobby Reddish attended: the on flower arrance-
AU surrounding Churches 11 a. m., and 7:3O: p. m., wedding of Miss Frances Tyer ment. She also showed the' s T f' ZLJKGTas
were represented by several 7:30: p.rn., Choir practice Saturday and Marvin Futch in Lake City ''It'OUpIIOme of fhe thlnv that Ii
members and Rev. Bryce. sons 7 p.m. and served as beat man. her club is working, on tm
and family of the Folk.ton All friends of D. A. Jones Christmas Mrs. Markey served
Baptist Church. A number of regret to learn of his llln<_ F Y yyyyy y yy y y efreshmenta and the meeting Model Home Across From Starke Elementary School On Road 100 Open For Inspection
friends from out of town were in Gainesville Medical Center was adjourned.DEDAN .
in attendance for this eventincluding and hope he will be good as BROOKERBy BAPTISMAL
some former rest new soon. SERVICE
denU: Rev. Howe's family I We ore pleased to note that "The Dedan! Baptist. Church
Rev. Edgar Wilkinson, a for Mra. T. !_ Wainwright baa Betty Rabon II held! a baptismal service at the KINGSBERRY HOWIES
mer pastor and family of been In Atachua General Hospital m Silver -r -
I yyyyyyyy y yYYY Y' Lake home of the pester
Fort White Perman Andrews for a few days, is improving SECOND BIRTHDAY Rev. Lacy Conway onSunder s I 1.evota.aa.1iYour
of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.H. and expects to be home 1
B. Bennett and daughters some time this Attic. Little Miss Deborah Green 'h- church afternoon. Members of Choice For
curried a covered!
Mrs. Clan We all hope ,Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Young and Mrs I GeorgeBates 11'tt to the Inke _
Carrie Helle Stevens nil of In the Bradford County Stanley Green. celebrated het and. everyone Lt r- -j T Only
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs Hospital win soon be able to second birthday with a port a delicious dinner be'ore :: fj
Terrell of Raiford Keeffee be at home and about her at .her home last Friday" after he t> service. Following the -_ _
ervlce. the
normal activities noon. Each child was erected 1 young people en-
Harrell. Joe: and Jane and Miss soon.Mrs.
Arthurlne Blanchard of Jack. Jack Bra-sell of Vlrglrda as they arrived and presenter torff' an afternoon of swim- $11,000

sonville. Dinner was served on City. Va. In visiting her with party favors. Delicious . the ground. a rain sent everyone parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. U refreshments of birthday cab evening church serve
In, but they took their Wainwright this week so she and ice: cream were served b> ces.wnrriinAY / f
plates with them and enjoyed could be with her father and Mrs. Green Mls -Patty Big- PARTY- .m- I ITurW.'m.4. Ine a listed. of ", .W.I.. flnlhrotll J rl .. $350 Down On Your Lot-
the fellowship anyway. visit her mother in the hospi ham Mr. Grace BWham and .V I .nlb..ard. and "U..I Cedar ShakrujIU i L-.l ?7'. tj tjI
WSCS met at the home of tal.Mrs. Mrs. Louise Wood. The moth Master BHlr Bt.h-m. son of >VP|1.H| "Riding' | nne-huJf. brick with a ; ; + We Arrange Finances
;Mrs. Mae Wells Tuesday' evening Bryant E. Reddish era of the sixteen little ones Mr. and Mr Bill Bl< Sept. 21 with ten pres spent a few. days with her helped to keep them in tow a party In honor of hbrtth Full Brick dmlgiM. special| l feature Many Many More Model To ChooMe 'rom-AII
After son-in-law and daughter Mr. and _lilt blrth<**ir at hta horn-
ent. the devotionalbrought with the hospitalties. on like 1x4 spared. ribbon framing In |>"rtl- Tacked With Feature"
and Mr. .J. O. Po..,. Thursday nlirht.
by Mrs. Wells. Mrs.Kelly in Tallahassee. : About 35 of
Ions to Insure" right plumb wall.,. In just _
presented the program! Mr. Pone brought her GARDEN CLUB NEWS Billy's Mendel drooned bv to / _. We Hulld In
mother home and wish him on. example' nf Klngiihorry's ..,Ih''. llfrtlnMt !
with :Mrs. E. U Bailey Mrs. Thursday The Brooker Garden Club a hAppy birthday -I VSTV* .
H. C. Wainwrlght, Mrs. Or. she and two sons visited' held a meeting! on September end! to plsv ramp end en ov N>n...ln..'ll. .ni. And. of omirws the I ,%_ BRADFORD, CLAY, BAKER
vllle Bnmgarner ahd K.... Thursday to Saturday.Mrs. 21 1 at the home of the preBl.df'flt. >me VHdous rrfreahmenta.! bulMIng nwte-rl-J.. are selected l from. .he' ,
George. Roberta taking part. O. J. Boyett. Cheryl Mrs. Pearl Markey Mrs. Blrham. .*.I..t.fod by Mrs. top national manuftwlurer. .. only. ,- AND UNION COUNTIES
We were pleased to have Mrs. and Angela of V&ld Thomas V. Duck Join the So spent the weekend with her '//IIanctnll of the club and hav- oulse Wood served the young
ciety. mother Mrs. Ed Durban and 'oik* Yo''lnel'l1I.
try a non-federitett commun- :t all the trlmruw. -
The hostesses served refreshment sons. It" c4ub. It was decided to hold "' cake and Ice cream
during a social hour. Mr. and Mrs. 1_ M. MrClelan. the meetings on the third wword. was played along Longchamp Homes
Rev. E. L. Bailey Joined l Us spent the weekend with Tuesday of each month. Of- s lth other games Judging
during the latter part of the WI' and Mrs. Ronny McClel- flcf'n elected: at the meeting' from the clamor on the phone
meeting.CHURCH. lan and family in Sytvanla. Ga. were as follows: President "veryone had a marvelous
<< ACTIVITIES: I Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Ughtfoot U..... Pearl Markey i secretary I time.
Grace: Methodist& Sunday of Fort I-auderdale spent the Betty Raban: and program I STARKE BUFORD MITCHELL Jacksonville 6039 Longchamp Drive

School ft:45: am.. Worship 11 weekend with her parents. Mr. chairman. Mrs. Lucille :Edwards Plastic Notebook fl.5 at theTELEGRAPH. I I". <). IIOX 2.1M-I'HONK: ( : Ocl 1-5.101: CAM" ('()Iuc'r: 771-H697
a.m. and 7:30: p. m., Prayer and Mrs. Wllne Reddish. J. V. The remainder of! the !W .- .- ..
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I II SALE $2.99 ,'...\-_ ((lead.mhInall.e Arad.ramie. -. FLUORIDETOOTHPASTE /In Cash Given Away 85'
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Syringe $1.19 Each Saturday ..... 1-0..
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M. 0. Pint 83c
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Syrup 75c Rat & Mice Killer ., sal. at S3 pin. Ym will. h...
64c Cough h. $1.44 WHITE' RAIN OH P..UU'F.K3ge
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Florida. entietiP' .' I Ruiranvt .... I'Ihaw.' Counl7 '
VVVVVV7yVVVVVYVyyyyy by> Mrs. PhUomena\ Adklnson, Butler area and in Jackson-: Mllch.JI Tlllm.n Road 305. feet to point of be- lion 18B7-1BO, under Alma Grift, decaacSUBJKCT .a aid(, Slark Declaration" of Taking;, I torn*!(?,.. Stark., Fl.rtsi' *.. "Od At.-. !
AddrniiN' Unknown alnnlvw. and containing ContainingO.OSI acre* mor' or' ed. maltS liruc .J. .Daniel
Is with the students her appralHr and. I
for working tile, until moving with HH. 112 1,. '22.'. 133.1 aora mor or laaa, and lying< lies, xdlualv of .xi tJniBl, roid. TO: Tax- Certificate appoint iheCouIrt. dsusan* IdUlantl. .Build,Ira, ;' .
HAMPTON on any particular subJect husband.' the late Billie Varnes Monroe TlllmmnAddrenn South' of old' Htark-Or. Cove right of way, recorded. In T. M.! Book 8 at aoth order: All l 'a pitrllea* to': the Bull !I I TAII.h__... Florldai< '

they may needi extra helpon to Hampton seven years Unknown Springs Bond In UU; nf NIt': \ of OWNKI BY: Marion (let?ftc. l'agd 35 :In.. ':.j:1:: of to Evxlyn Morliiago and proper.all 'partlea lnt",' re t...l, ,oia, Of C nnael, for thep.tinonr4t ..
'Rn. l 112.1. 1321. 133.3 NKV1!: Hectlon 14. Township. ii Anion T. (Orllfi and wlf A. tlancyr Pe ho..r""to. Ih, I ItitlISt tl18 '
> ; use of the ,library In Ktucly- al'O.! Since Mr. Varnes' death onu lai.i: laa.a.: : : ina: : .i South, Rana-a\ 32 Eaat, lea SOeet ; Harah' Orlffla, ; Johnnie I.Orlffla i I. ret-ordnd In O. It. HOOK appear. ,1".ilJnllled. '141,,
By Mrs. D. E. 1IIU IUM'' of War. for Htark Road. ., and wife" ItiKhel.\ at PRIJ :36 In favor of .I.nd place .. : .
Phone 468-1160 Ing:: use of outlines and gm- ast year, and the sale of their 'hut. part of: Lying; wentxrly of and within Grlffle; Vernon, Orlffla.Jame Poopln'n National.. Fund You commanded and-enuh-, to your ppa"'"' I %oTtsb ; ;; .:: .......

raJ study habits.( home here. she had been in a coninience at the tit( feat of the survey lln* of Orlffl*; an] wit' In. hereby An wer to, .\tap..Ullon TO UHUIMTKnNotice : PJC"I'I"OIII:
NFl of "
,0) rllln.n
cornnr Stat Road II.... lutHOI. ( Cheryl Orrffla Jean Orlffla TAKE !NOT1CK: that a I'O'-I"- by : I N"r.
Mrs. Maureen Paul Is teachIng nursing home In, Starke. ] !Km! .01)- ; heretofore fOrd In
.......44444 4 NK14 of NB% flection :14. Town- '. of Taking hag, icon *H<,'il : la hruy.
paid aurvny lln* being; .do- ( ewa and hnahand. (ll"nCr ration ..ntlll,,'* given thai
'advanced reading during She Is survived: by two hip.. S South, Ra..... 11 bait acrlbwd ... follow' "wa; Hue Orlfflx Smith, ill tha above-Mtyl rauxe hy thla ' beforecirlolwr In. the If, tic'.' undersigned under the pro.
PTA MEMBERS' the afternoon IK'ht'dulonew daughters' Mrs. Wilma' B. run South 064 foot for point ofbeginning. UaclnnlnK at the Nil corner nHactlon .r and huanund Charlea' Hmlth" ; lb. Putltlonvm the. acquiring. -ourW "n or right, llrtc., vlMloai of' Chapter bilL: L.awi
said point bolav th. 35. Townnhlp .' Hollth Paul lloaan; : ".ul,,"* tin.gulni Authority of then. proce.ulnit. *. 1065. to ahow what 8' Florlila. Airt* -of 1*U
CHANGES .. .. of ; will
NOTE; .SCHOOL his ;year for particularly arlanced Carter. and Mrs. Cedora/ punter lln. of old Btark.-Ur.en It..nlo1.1: Maat run tlin"" H, ) Henry SIOIIHOM' ; lion- for th* taking of th* .bov- Intermit or lien you r not: rd with the. Cjerk) of
Scheduleii] teachers( and readers. Tills Is In addition Wheeler of Jacksonville; a 'ov. rlnrlnita' Road thane conInu 03. slag 15' 10" U. 1143.41 teul, aid Ktennon; l 1'"Ie', Htenaon dmurlbed : laml, fur the purpone you; h".". lo. lanilM and ,.'o the abovodewrlbed lio\.r'\ Co1>rt!< In ana for. Rr.a-th".
improvements were South 13S foat thnc run. t thence a 0 slog! 60' 40" l I':. : :Monro Tlllman.: Mlt- pet forth In the Pi-tltlon aameHhvnht ford Cnurty. Florida.. U\K\ >n ,.
to her work In remedial son, W. H. Varnea 01 Colum- Want'21)9' thano North 187 314.01 feet rum thenue 8. 1 Jan chili l Tlllman;, Leon TUImauj In thi* caua. via.: AH rlftht of collie why 'lie cipb. ol proof of Hublkatlon, of-
included/ : on dual weeks PTA reading during the rest of the >la. B. C.; four sisters Mrs. foal to oantarlln of .*l4 Old. I" 40" 10. 144.1: ,OH fiat to the Juno TIMmmi Crew" and way borrow pit. and, dralnaK. not he.- taken.., forth for. the In In tten/ .'*fetl- this notic 'th. flrtltlou ..a.. ..
meeting piogram as the or- day's schedule. Mrs. Joan NaK ftarka-drean Coy Hprln. beclnnlna of a curve concaveto huwband Wayn., Cr .w.; e.emint for a .portion of auliltat of International ''Mall 8."l"",
) Fettle Mrs. Bertha heroin.WITNICSS
< Roberts basil, tlienca In aaatarly dl.\ Bradford Cftunty. tion filed ,
i a road. I
the wvatvrly hnvlna a ruiutuuM0l Helra -Airnaa (Irlffla Tlll unilrr which. am enKHgwj<
anlzatlon met for the first >rs is teaching art classes Joyce and Mrs. Juanita. Boat- rautlun smug ...1.. oantvrlln. of ZS84.7K feet, run thence( : man. HlenMon' Hunan tie- Florida. and that th. Honoruble my Ha.nd tbli and' 1ft"day in* btisiflua. M 414 .Kaat Call JI.In.
time this school year Tuesday In the departmentalized Old. "'tark-Oraen COY. southerly alunfi aald' curve ceaf>d. and, Lorraine Thorn 1'Hltrn one of Seat nf thin Court on' l'IIark Fla. '
wrlght. all of Jacksonville .r.ohh: A. I) nllr.
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{ 805 feet to point of bearlnnlnir Urough a total central. atiel ton Hwcat and bUMb....' Jit' the .I |; III CourtJo ; of September. lU' Henlon, O. Max ,;',
niehl: Sept. 21. and this!!) is also a first and Mrs. Maltle doff! of Lake and cnntnlnlnu 1.01 aoraamar 04 ,dec 00( ;* DO" a dlalaniof n Sort 0wewt : :MxrHlnil, 'llinirii-, th. Mlft-hth, Judicial Circuit PII,iRLRs I A. *r,AKBY Kturko.: Florida. aole ownerriat
President Chester Searle Introduced In that artwork ]has- been done Butler brother J. B. Tay- ., or !III",, ansi a lying "South' 10' fet to tli. nnd or nal.lourv Ion heir. of VIrginia. Richard ; a of old Htarke-Oreen Cov '.. run them a. 1 deg 21,' Thornton, dei-eangd. and of !8otvinber, A. !>., 1SH5, ut (COIIKT: IN ANIK FOR LSR.41II I I \Utnl.or A-l.. 15515' at Stark.
Principal only by homeroom teachers in or of Jacksonville; 14 grandchildren Hprlnca Road In HH of NmV4 of 10" W. 18S feat to the ontar1In any unknown heir.. d..vl..- 10:00: o'clock A. M., In the KOItp COUNTY FIX>HtpA. I r Rradferd County.... Florida,

.,''ockel who In turn Introduced other ;years.! Mrs. Sandra and 23 great-grand MB'4 Section 14. Town hlp SNouth. of State Road 100-A,. $eu. less' and/or other clitlmunU Itradford Coun'{ Courlhouie IIY: :' tmariea A'.. lriy I .Clerk' i ,9I2 1411'4.
the teachers to the 27 parents Spooner tenches music for all children. Ranc East. ,, Ion 10 f"*ilCAl.) .
fat for !Htark! HORCLylnjr !. '_
present. I grades I ::r=:: =---- :::: -p ""
and Mrs. Wanda. John PERSONALS wewtarly of and within = .

Building Improvements has charge physical education Dr. and Mrs. Bob dray( of "40 Mtitd t feet flood of the ,survey,Kocllon, lln 38500.. of r -

the change of the old auditorium classes during the after Jacksonville are the parents olson 2001. aalct'" survey line being,.darrlliad .
Into the present cafetor- a* follow:
noon. born
a Wayne Robinson. fJ
hun, ai.l the old cafeteria Into Adult Clansrs September 18 at St. Vincent' livivlnnlnir 35,at TownshIp the NW corner 6 South olHoullon ., .J

tile fifth and sixth grade classroom Mr. Jockel asked: if any par- Hospital In Jacksonville Formerly Kanwa 12 East run "B, ..;.\i'Yii l .1

were explained. The up- ents would bn interested installing 03 dog 15' 10' 10. 043.41 fait. ,' 'J
a pastor of Hampton run. thann 8., 0 dig 118' 40" Hlilt. /?\ .'
stabs room. 1 Is now belnff' use. an adult claes In either / Baptist Church for the past .03 r"'*t. fun thanoa S. t ,. 'W. .1

for. Btorase making extra food modern math or Spanish or 11 years Dr. Oray has been halt 34' 40" B. 1443.09 fact to 'fI\,\:.' J.
the beginning of a curve con- : ,, -t5.y* I. '.
storage space in the down both. Fifteen person are ncceroartf pastor of Trinity Baptist cav t' the weNtarly having; a .:' J. .....,.'. I, I
stall's storage room. & the 11- ? to start a class! and Church in Jacksonville.' radius of 2114.79, runth.nus I..
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southerly along sid \ : ,
brary atreondit toned anyone Interested should con-, Sunday visitors at the homeof Curve through a total centra .' ,'.. ,., '

rpnrtnicnljli/rl Sc heilule tact Mr. Jockel 1 at the school, Mr. and Mrs. Oerald Ad- anvle or 04 d.. 00 00" a dla- .' ., fto ,

The n 'w afternoon ..jiedule or telephone him at 468-1212.. kins were Mr. andi! Mrs. E. M. of tance aaltl inn feet run th.thno and .';. EXCITING NEWS GAME

Is woiknr, ; "nt well. Mr. J cke Room'' count at the meeting Prevatt and: children of M. I dug 15 20" W. 1H6 feat to
aid In two periods of 40 was won by the first grade.. Starke, Mr. and Mr*. Calvin 100-A the oantarlln Section 257-150 of Stats Road ,tiff i.- 4

minutes each. each day music, Lunch tickets, purchased at i Richard and daughter; of Oontalnlna: 0 052 acre mora or 4. t -

art. Spanish. physical educa, the office. are now being' used I Ocala. and Mr. and Mrsl| Joel lea rIght, axclualv of of existIng road \ ,. : : i ;

tion. study skills and advance: it the school, and absentee R.t Smith oft\ Jacksonville.Leo OWNBD Marion Orlffls: ,;

reading are being taught lo. iml tardy permits. Savage of Fernandlna Amon T. Qrlffla. and wit. &&c4'S '

all ,rades. one through six. Mrs. Foster Hayes is filling: Beach a former resident of ttrima Sarah ,Qrlffla and/ ;wife Johnnie Rachel. I* : /f' :

The Spanish classes with)I ''n as PTA secretary-treasurer Hampton. underwent surgery! Qrlffla; Vernon Orltfl; > ,

Mrs Dorothy Hlbbard 'or the remainder James Drirri and wife
a:- of the I last Thursday at the VA hos-
< Orirria Jean ( ..
-h.ryV ; belt?is _
teacher are emphasizing\ con. year tlnco tile resignation of r pital in Lake City. 4rwa and, huehand.. lien .. S -y, !. '
versatlonal Spanish and Mrs Mrs. Maywood Mosher. wlai' Mr. and Mrs. JameS! Ollver- Crows: sSs& rirlffl. Smith tor'I : IL'f'i
Hibbard believes all las moved1.' I and huHhand Charles Smith, ;. :
age the '
group. I la.i who recently purchased: I'aul hogan; Paulatta Io- : -
Ire! responding well and enjoying Enrollment] at Hampton Otto Hicks Jr. farm near gani:: Henry Htenaon: Don I ?

It. The first three 'school! is still 104 the same as Hampton left Monday to .aid Stnnaoh Monroe; Tlllman Denlo: Btenon MIt-- ... : -i .;I,4(

grades, IIhe' ays. work mostly enrolled the opening week of visit relatives' In Wilmington chel Tlllman; Leon Tlllman:

with single words, and the school. Mr Jockel sold June Tlllman. Cr...,. and
hualiand. Wayn. Craw*
Del.Mrs. ;
work li entirely unwritten: MRS. VAKML'S: 73. DIES Marklee Norman returned Helm of Aa-nea Orlffie .Tlll

grades four five. and six work Mrs Iuln Opal Varnes, 73. to RlversMe }Hosplta! man menaon Hoaran de.
craned. and Lorraine Thorn
with sentences In Spanish and died Friday September 17. In Jacksonville Sunday night, ton Hweut and husband Junior .

have some written work. after a long Illness. Funeral after '
The study skills class taught services were Sunday September ton. heir of Virginia drlf.fla .
Thornton, deaeaevd. and
19 at Lake Butler with and Mrs./ Roy Edward nny unknown heirs davl. I

burial in Vcrnes Cemetery of Bell. were visitors here last con. ,anil/or othor claimant
under, Alma brittle) devaaa.
there. week with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. ...,

301 A native of Bradford Coun- Watterson./ Mrs. Edwards 1 1.1 HUD.I PCT: TO: Tax. certificatermnrded '

ty. she had lived In. the Lake the former Mrs. Touchton, In T. H. Hook Sat !
i 1'ng-e IS In favor of Kve
who was a teacher and prlncl lyn A. Manny: aubjnct. to
DRIVEINOpen pal at tho school here fo' Mortgage recorded. In O,Ft.
Honk ;io at I'sge 11 In fnvor -
many years.! of ,'....p....'.. N.llon..1l'un.1
FLORIDATHEATRE Mrs. J. M Baker and chtl Inrk -.

7:15: dren of Orlando' weekend TAK.INOTICH; : that .a Di-olar- '

Show Time 7:45: visitors of her parents were Mr. and .elton In the of almva-atyaid Takln ha. been cauae filed by SPELL IT AND

ADMISSIONAdtilhi : Mrs. R. II. Parker. th. petitioner, th. acquiring { WIN IT.
authority of thea* proceeding, .1 (
Linda Ramsey /spent last
75e Indents 60c for the I..klnloII).* \)
weekend at Thercssa/ with rrjhttd landH for th. purpoa
Children Under 12 Free Becky New m. let forth In the petition* In this
Showtime- -YVeelul.iya 7 caua.. vla.I Aa right of
Mr and Mrs. Willie Horsey I borrow pit and dralnac.
Sunday ::1 OIJ( !
: Saturday 1 1FIHIMY. w..r'1
: of visited with m.nt for a portion of salt, .8 jtT. TharesKa) Friday 1'....... UradfprrJ. County '
Sept. 30)-Oct. J.Z Mr. and Mrs. M. L. WattersonMn and that the Honorable (Oeurn WIN $1.$5.$1O.$1OO.$5ITS
SA1IJHIAY/ and Mrs. Frank Ingrain f... Patten on* of th... Jtlda-e. nf

Double Feature J Program Oct. I J. 2 and four children" of Dad City Judicial the Circuit circuit Court of In Florida the I"h'h, will .

were weekend guests of her on th. bInd d...y of September.
Doulile "Feature Program: parents Mr. and Mrs. HarryManning. A.D., Iftno! at 10-00 o'clock A.
M., In the Bradford County

.. .. Courlhoua at rllarke. Florida
--- --
ChrlNflnn tlitirrh: i.aiiesMccl conaldnr aald Declaration of

M Mrs. Adklns' ,'make Taking aui-h,appoint/ Order. appralaer.. the Court and

Mrs Gerald Atlklns wa* hostess daema propnr. All partlea' to the 00
for tha Laiiles' null and all portia. Intereatedmay
: meeting of
appear and he. hoard. at
the Hampton Christian th. tliiio and plilc. dealvnated

Church on Tuesday evenlnR\/ "'011. and each of you ar. WI
hereby oommandiNl' to appear by
UinNGlTUPTECHNIC010R A last week at her home. till nit an Anawr to the Petl -

I i After the devotional and tlon. heretofore filed In this ,
.u. In the entitled. Court on
business meeting, refreshments
I 1Ei= 1 nr before October I III 1IKI5. to 10'
-1 were served by the hostess to show what right, till, Intereal
the six present. or lain you' or any of you haveIn
Plus and,I to th. above-deacrlbed
"PARDNERSTECHNICOLOR Baptist Teacher, III Old.. and ahow raisin why th.
Complete Trnlnlnr aiiiii' ahottld not b* taken for
the line* and purpoaea. set forth
Woman \1i1nr I A movie. "Working Together In the Petition fIled horeln.

With Ood." shown at prayermeeting WIT.NF.Nrl my Hand and the
Meal of this Court on Ihla Ith
f Wednesday evening day. of Neptember A U !un. .
On EarthSun. thl. week at Hnmpfcon BptistChureh. CHAIU.KS: A. DARHr .
Sun.'; Mon. CL.RKK< OF' TUB <'' ''tCU.T ';
TUPS. VVt-d.
completed series of
a ('OiniT, IN: AN It FOIl
Oct. :3 1, 1 I. 5, T. four meetings for teachers and IIIIUItFOltD COUNTY. ITS FUN.IT'S EASY AS.:
FJAflI .
Mon. officers'
Wed. i I preparation for the : Charle A. DurbvCle.rk.. .

Oct. 3. .a.1 5, 6 Now the screw blazes new church year. beginning
October! 1. (8RAL)
Double with the story based on 1111t"n. p.. Shaw*
Program/ | Rev Paul L. El
"KOHEBBT1 I II the blistering but-sollerl! and D. E. Hill. Sunday School and Htarko Klorldw. :: G2 ElL-o :

Superintendent led meetings llruce .1. llanlela ,
I THE BRAVS- on Monday evenings' last week Holland llullHlnar. I ........ .....,... .I.. _
t: "'" ...
I Tallahaaae. Florida l '- -'-... ---- .,...
!I'BID and this week. The film "The 'Ot Counael( for tha Petitioner. GET II -.-.-:. qij '::::=--- .
SINATRATATSUYA I Great Ch l1enlfe." was shown 3(3( 4t 0/30 ,. .,, :-.- ....-.;; -"::

MIHASHI TAKESI-II KATO< 'during! the prayer meeting FREE ..... .... ..
VWA(RYtW5m t ,* TIIH i mi. .
t ir < .
(.ecubv......Producer HOWARD W KOCH( ( *" service Wednesday eveningslast TIIH. "::14"1'" .11 ||If'oi| S iir I, 1"III OF_ MASTER .I -,--._ 'Y .- .
Sownptay by JOHN TWIST and KATSUYX SUSAK) : week as part of the series.IV 1'l. i r. m M> .run Sill "t "' '
Produced and Directed hy FRANK SINATRA .'..n n 5 01 I >..'r". P1.011. .Iii. -
nnmtaiM mm HUM wuxu w. GT' Ml, Mfl.MLSTATK : at our _
: floAts I)K. 0 ..J _
TIIH ('IIKIir fOIIIIT. OP PAUT.MKNT: OF store today, oqj ---:: _
f"I IT. IMM.. I> foil IIU' ,,_ an A agency of th. You only too I'ilt'
JOSEPH E.LEVINEWRROU .--."... enr'u.. .' l'I.tIIII..'. mate i>c Florida, l GET FREEPLAYING and playing ticket -
I i. '" M.. >. NtinSTATIO / and need
oo -
CheyenneAuLumn BAKER1IARtOW HIM|. 1 IiK.; .KRArbrohir) COfNTY one. TICKET with will reveal letters
I'AHTMK.VT: : OP a political euMlvlalun' .
I"l.ItI I I1..\. of" lh. HtNt of Florida. No purchase zo LUARD Master Card and. additional; ; that
\ nIo.n..y of l Ih. "'.&IU".r". ", NOTITF. may SPELL A WINNER
JoIt.l.t of I VtnrliUnnil OF necessary. '. I tickets each
.. nri.H on store visit. L on Master Card.
l'IhLtI your
I ncMmcom*runtime.* \oi--onn, ('OIlNT,.. !I (1I.F.N' "IUO:WR.. ., .1.. I
w Mo. it I'olltlful I'IlIh"lvl"lon' Pefcndanta. .
All STAn CAST of the Minlit, of PI.rIta, MOTH.H ..H.' rMI\l') ,!"T IXIM I,
i'tttli.ners, NOTICH IT PIMM! .:KIH: >''UI
'.'1 or HHI.K! IN Tin :NAMM ANt HY THH! \V g.v. you lU ty" to wwfiwfl;. one or mart of If,. slW denomlnoKon* of '
TIIUHS. FRI. )sArW v. NISI AI'TMOItlTY OF. THK STATU 1 mon-ay pH.. on yor next vim to .*.. s j
SAT. ill,KX; riiKWH.: .t ..... ff. FLORIpA-: very rior- You k..p the Upu $PEU-O 'V
;i i Ovt.718,9 I >< .- '" \ OK Klr.NT' III). ('.NCF.UN and In all* ......."* time; ) you vuil Ufc. It cot*poking ,to ploy and .no purchat. b tequirid Just*
I Ml\ IHOI.IIIV: "l|| and ,ipartle. claiming or Imvlnq fellow the L' OVER
Triple Feature Proirram- IN TIIK: M\MH: ANIS HV THK: any rl.hl..I1I1.. *, Inln."&. tatfiiortaaaii \ mrfruchotit printed on >the ploying/ ; : Kel.H,. 'vuil our Uo<" ..equentJand / ,
I AI'THOIIITY' OK. TUB] 8TATKOH' : !! or other lien to nr oil you could b. CIne of the many thousands of winners ho'U cmh in7 .
TllllltS.{ *
KI.OHIIIA' : fI hasa .........101 pare.i.. of toni. ths.xcitiq; va if S
nboneyiIood.dgouae. Com..vI'
1JRRYLEwi5 Oct. 7, X, 9 Tt .\1,1.l WHOM: IT MAY rtWT- hereInafter deaorlhed. and the prinWd on playhag tichh mvot'be r '
I '1':11.1: unit to all p-.rm.nn .wn<1imrtlM ''ollowlnw ""1'1I""" toaether with 0baeJwd. Cania a eUectiy. ii ot4 w. announc ptrQlion date in 01#' .
rlnlmlnir, nr h.\ln. any all unknown peraoni ,'|nlmlny .. regular newspaper ads. 000 oo
PLAYS 7 Douhlc) Feature Program/ right, tltlo. tntrrfwt, ontitKi. ,> throit.h, or under knnwaeraon :'
'iiinrlMHKr or othar li>ln In I. who ar. tad or wh. I.
I '.1"'"' WILLIAM.. CASTLES'JOAN in on thi.M. rertftln pur- .1'. not known. la 1 ia. dead or
WACKYROLES -.- "pin'' of Ittnfl h.r.loi.rti. .r dnwrll alive:
'.>n<1. anir th. follnwln ('aaatyha' .... cad Add,._.. '
l p.rirnn.. 10..lh.. with nil un- Cheryl nrirrta HUNDREDS OF WINNERSAT I
kn.xvn. ".1'.01.. claiming. by Addra. 1'nkiiown.Hllll. N CASHAWARDS
7 you did throiiKh. or under. known par.a. HI |. IIM. Ill J
OHM who .itH Jam. (llrlffl.
ar il* or who nr
"JHMILY n i neww/l4>yuUTi'' not known tn> h.. ....a.. or aIlv.SariS. .. Adtlrv.. I'nknownMRIi. ,
, .. saa1.ssat ......,..... ill .. III '. Ill I EACH STORE
JEWElS .....,. "' .-. C Add...... Charles Smith
CRAWFORDJOHN M.rlon llrlfftaAildrenN llnrbank. ontoHim'
I'nknnwn in: i. *III.'. mi
Bit, (Jrl.,.. -
: (A JE !nri LEWIS PRODUCTION' : ) IRELAND LEIF ERICKSON sun. 112.1.i mi. *in,i <)hlKHt. HmllhHafbank. .. THOUSANDS OF
A UNIVCKSAl. PlCTU'C: Paul llowwnAdflreaa WINNERS
12'. lUt. 1111HU.
f I TECHNICOUMr, D.....: .. ; 1 I'nnown
.::1.... Eia.2.: : .,.,..S .
__ r....... !E Plus a. 111.I. au,.. 111.1 kishi. .t ".ia. .
I'lliilett lloicanAddrraM That .p..rt.''i>frCnmmenc .
Plus I'ii 5,flown, th. of EVERYWEEK
at NB! corner
KIU) *Itl.l. II.... tillAildrvaa NNVi of NKV; ', *....-1I"n II. Townrlitp . $I.n S " h. Itanc It PaM; tile
How To,Stuff' I'nknownSItD. Mouth M4 feet lo point of bight.fling. .
'Ill&. n. .. 1111 aald.' point belnathe center -
A Wild .Bikini .t mi Donald ritenaon lln. of old Stark-Urn Co*
Addreaa t'nknwn Hprlnara nod. tbnc continue
sill' >. I!!.!. Ill.'. 1111Henry Sooth I ill real l. thenr. "'."" .->, I
And -. tI.nAdlr. feet. Ihenr North I II< T fet to
S ."" I'nknownMHO. .. ;,entrlln or mild Old StarkUra *-
-w-- Ul.l.: 11..., IlLS > Coir aprlna* ft.......
Operation Bikini I Leon Tlllmanln I thenc In a *.aierly directIon
L"01..1'... known alone salt, "cntarlln of old ==
.' .3IU: 1SJ.1 111.!. 111.1 1:1:S ltark.-ar*.a Cov prlo.* < = r ___ -.-.-

I J. : :

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1 ,''Wo. lot>,

1, ,.,: ,. rew -.1IJ"i
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1 l

..,.}, .,.. :: :.. ..::,...,. ......, .,:.. t50 I EXTRA'' STAMPS WW HEJLBRONN

yy, z;;: ; By Mre. A. C. Todd
sa:: :< t I. Pieces No.of Sfomp .
And Bill KeddlehFU
r\ ton.
# Stainless Steel ,
( '
_1 I 150 ; .
i : ; > 1 2 I 300 '
e .
Cutlery. :- U really\ In the eJ..* with
\ I .
, '.: Steak Knives a he football games penutbotlinff.
I boo ..and cool weather followed
I : Ki, ben Tools s t 750 by all'the lovely color

.....--.-.............................. 'SWEETHICKORY In clothe thto year: ,
+ MMtmr Art Careen eon of
t I E ,Mr. .
r and Mr Arthur Ortn.;:Isat
} y < : 150, EXTRA STAMPS borne eJtvr'. pending three
wertm &in the Navy". Hospital InJe
With The Poichoie of Each Piece' ef Stalnleu Steel .
0l 2' IUonvWe'
r : 1 Cutlery' Stack Knives or Kitchen Tooli. /
Coihier fill In I r- I Coshi.r Fill In No. I I Ray end Mrs. Rex BrooklneeuiKtey .
: a
:: ";Yxx. STCf < : s.
j .;''ri. tx.i; a fixo:: : .. : ..::;. This, Coupon Good Thru October 2nd at Your Local Smoked HAMS 'Geneve/ Roddlng.
:: WinnvDtxie.,, Offer'' Good With i Coupon Only. : MT. and 'Mrs H. B. George

taSlROUtt Taco:.. Fo'' ,&otL'' It. '1.&tI ......... ............_.._........._.t tPLY''IT 1 .'of guests VtMoM of Mr., O*and. were Mr weekend. Pete
1 Luke and family.HJtrotl .
BUTT HALF i Shank, Norman and eon.
I III' s
Mike Attended the FtorkUMlMmippt -
WIN OR WHOLE ; Half rJ5S football cam In
4 Qa1ntIaytlJ. Sa&tu"da1'" .
1 1: Mn. Jimmy t Simmons npentupvertU

u'. 'i ''LB. '5 days In Jackeonvilloliutt
I week! vtaltin Mr. Arthur
1 PMM and her nephew and
o Z Ava.t i .,,9 t niece\ Mr. and Mre.: RthelJonee.
r 4000 .
11 PILtSBURY-HUNGRY 3ACK KelUt Reddlito extended the
; CoMnethotatftot AM>ciltofTrade .

Canned Biscuits. 2-cANj 35x I show In JacksonrtllwSunday. .

RFGUtAR 49, LB. Mr. and Mt-...B. 8. Oliver or

ftEG...'1, 1-o..'Cue PALMETTO FARMS BBQ BAKES Perch Fillets 39 ..JoMJrlOnYlUe were Thursday'
dinner' rue.iM of Mr. and Mre.
'!EG. '65* .QTS. $A DRESSING Beans. 39 REGUlAR 69< o-osl PKG.'COPELANDBoiled ."I Freeman Croobcr.MM. .
Ruby' Ctaynol of Ocalathe
Miracle. Whip 59; REGULAR:4d: 12..L PK& COPELAND Ham PICG. 59x IIIJ"'IIC; Mrx\wrelcend and' Mra.with'J. herBarents M. h

)D 'South Dress. 39' J.,M. Roller and O..&*
p Salad' qt. Franks 39 Ir
; Pork Sausage 791 Carter. mnd are on the sick" Hat.
of MM. Harold& Norman
,. _. ,
"W' ,,,111"< nappy t*know

\"', ...T'._.,__-,_ _..-aM.:.'I_: __ '_;" ... .: '"7.-,.,..... ... 1J;._'....., ..','-_ ; !I.. '..::,' :'.',::::" _::' .-:::. .:..: :--:. ,;. : that major tine luivery la dote\ fine after
.3 .. e. q .... F. + llonpltaJ In Jaokeonvtlle.St.tVlncenrt\

Mrs\ Aubrey Todd went the
M 0 tune. in her Jimily..

;,. :Maxwell House i Tide USDACHOICE. BEEF; Saturday party Mike'' cetebittlnr Lee afternoon. wW. be Me honored with lath a

1; / birthday given by his mother.
I .Mn. Jlmmr ler.
'REG. 99O
U. S. CHOICE BRAND BEEF T-BON1 CI'I\I.t1Ih' muvtue. .tor.tltR
69 wei11,: Sunday School. ft: so a.
6oz.JAR. 79p, w. Mornlnrf.Wunht ,.11 .. m.;
BOX Steak i 98, :2lelnlna' Union. /t30! -,p. m?:
: )11"\11\81, .WomhSp..7ja: p. m.;
WpCarsht.M nII Kt Pip' Xr Senr.

NN.-, ..-..-. .--...--...,....-.....e....N.N.--....-....a....N.N Ice.: 7 p._m. Nureery open al


z +' 'oo INSTANT COFFEE, ..I ,'LUE, 0*. WHIT ARROW ,, ,' WMfc. The ",..!oeM .f 0.. 98-... Farmer's ,Mutual
iwirrs PREMIUM .! Exchange Meeting

Astor Coffee i DetergentG.ANT BONELESS *. Attended. By.350 .

Turkey Roast U. S. CHOICE W-D' BRA}J BONELESS nredforrl County farmer
FULL CUT acv I ''NDR. VMhervd' at ,the BH8 Audi
IEO. 79t I ..... i9/ ; torlwntt atarke' recently

:' 6 JAR-os. 69 f; f 1 BOX. 4 9 f fREO .' ) l-Li...: ROAST$29' $249 Steak Lb. 98 ;' membership r for'About rmer'e. the.TOO Mutiml annual pvrnone of Jxr.llan.: the attnctecf meeting local" '

I ** meottnff, tncludini; 11'OW.
en" and their fumillee and ad-.

-' -- ,.u '. "" .... . .. nlntetmtlve/ pereonnel' of the
,,'t '-; ::.. 7'x ::: : :: ... '...'
: .' < farmer'* cooperative..
.. II 'io .. Two. now dlreetore; A. B.

:.. Red Tokay were WMtehmd.e)4N) >tef and). Other Wade directoreT OttakUte: .

RX&: 29, UB8Y SLICED CRUSHED SPCAXS OR the, farmers coopanitlve eee
r CHUNKS NO 'r..* CAN < 3Sf No. M CHERRY STAR WHIT MPAT L..IO'II. Dyai l. -frf.......,. "" 'w.""'..
4/1.' TUNA,. 3/89' Jr, Wry.nt Reddleh' ejv<
PINEAPPLE S u (GRAPESits2.25 Mtrkalee Bl& IIngrdwartl. .
.,-ftEO.. 29* .V4 CAN DEL: MONT Sliced er HoMe PEG 3 9 r .- U-or MI SOUTH :i '. told tII<-. g...tliere>t
29' jMt-.the ouoperotlve! I''lot
C. PEACHES 4/1. GRAPE . ant of fcrtlliMr to II\r_.....

lEG 3/3S *303 CANS THRIFTY MAID' 1S.a. JAR KRAFT 'y rovwpre,, huit yer sad

APPLE SAUCE 8/1.' GRAPE JELLY ::; 39'PEG ,Hntdfonl. of iruwere IIO.OOO.. recelve4fuml a
W. David Do.'. OMrlotnaeger
REGUlAR 2/29. *301 CANS THWfTY MAID 65* 24... DEEP SOUTH % of the rermere Muiwl .

CUT BEETS . 8/1. PEANUT BUTTER ; ;, 49'KtGULAR laid that Eiofte the Mtarke,. CCJOI orf>>raUYI.-nlM.

WC: S/35 *30J Cone THRIFTY MAIO 3r erlLoe. 29. JUMBO HUDSON lion had. en lncre_ of II3.0O1
urtnff the pMt .ftac.1 l year.
SWEET PEAS . 81. PAPER TOWELS 4/1. SNOW WHITI I.- RGC.HIADI Mack Ctkvey. who receatly

CMXI DAALINCI moved to Douglas, O.. IntroflucMj -
REG. 2/39 12-ot NtBUTS' PEG 4Sf C'flowerHO EACH 291 O_ 41mn.r. .
W; K. CORN ; s1.1.REG RICE. :;; : ; ; .39' JONATHAN 1MApples ..' of the "Farmer. MutiMtPonpentllve .
Htore t MUrke.T
PEG 4. 12-.HEJISHN (,, loa_. MKM twn
2/fl. HAWAIIAN -e, -.. < Mer "' .. nr..lfur 4/1. CANDY MRS 39' 5 "*.. 49x! String lUrnl I I'"I by Wel. PUNCH ; : : ; ; . provMwt. entertln
PEG 31 l-Lt CRACKIhT GOOD SUGAR MONCV meat for the enaiMl.
.m. 1St -
e the 11_. ChoI..... IUrv. .y,
PORK and BEANS81.; GRAHAM CRACKERS 249"PEG 10 "** 591 pwrtor of ,Ih.'Ir.t. D.s>tlutCtHirch

2/31' THI''TY.MAIO' 3.'"Dour DARLING TWO io-.. LOAVIH PILBERri WHIPPER' of Idwl.y, gmwoi the
w I, lnvtm Uon.IAHM .
CATSUP IL$1. BAR3QUE BREAD ; ; 23"QUAXTtTY ; YflLOW I huwil a movt to Uio,
TOMATO Oleo 3-.89; OnionsMM. 5.; 39ir (rower* .n.l th*.r femlHue,
"CK...... and Co-Op.." sail,
R4QKTS *tS4 VtO Al. NU' ,."., .',.,...., on thee
tUCU HOOD( ) THRU ocrottR 20 .. ._ ., tK UlkV l>n>*)%kMi>nC9 p e OyT MV*)
--ereKILL.l r.-...<... I... .;.' ,..;: ::1'$' "" '-. ': ':" ""' ': fo".t.r.l by the eoIIp.rtthI.Ww.rdo .
pr.ed.>t lit the en-
,--------.-......-..-....N 1cU1 out o/1 o.11.O I I ssli ..........e.......-.NNIx n."l..m..ting. ., of theooop tanwr.
r>.U" and Donetr 1IIf''''
rk MORTON FROZEN 1)) E ..... r S < .Mrtnif for 31 duct P9- t
EXTRA rr1t O 1 1f-- !2 !
Fruit Pies3FLv89 more een'lahett' by
/ -. ._..........tIA. ..... STAMPS ..-._..-aaaN .,..,....... whon they 'hat, -u.ther -
I .,... P.e.t.7h -. 11 s.fe' .. antS eoopwete. Me ... .... _. .
-/ a. ar. the Cotton Pruducere; A..ocla.lka. "
... i i.e..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee i. .. ..
perent company to the
S.N NN.NNN. N. k I..... eonperottvo, .hMt y.*e Old
/ :1' IM.OnO.OOH buelneoe. ..... re-
: '
na"jeoS to\ tho farmer 4'p.r
i j> QM fTAMRiN iI-WHSTAAw. $ / 1'I aRI/N. AArfM.
bet. CAN ASTOO.ODAMCI t ----- nenl on fnrUHeer ; ei.<
Maid 1 \ .... .. ....
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r New SS Ruling qualify uror- this change In "slnffles.' ed national'or racial backgrounds p.m. Everyone Is Invited to, to know that he has been Plaintiff above named Court, and you I (tier demanded In complaint.
!the law la untied to get In All of them are the innocent such as Paklstanlan, attend ,these services.' transferred to Blytheville Ark. ".. are hereby commenced ordered I Thl notice shall the be pulrllelu-d
r Makes More touch with the social) security victims of broken homes. Chinese Puerto liken or Ne PKKSONALS; AFB. We join in wishing him Mila'' p Smith.-fvndant. and'answer required or to dvfenae file your to written the once each week !tor tour 141.> .
People Eligible office, located 409 S. W. Second Through the Courts and Socialagencies gro. OtherS' of them have Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby good luck. :*OTICH OP SflT complaint In said caua In the consecutive County week Telegraph Irv the Brad"ford -
Avenue. Gainesville! Florida ) it has been found !health, or development prob and baby of Ocala Mr, and I:(OK THIS"KLOFUDA NAME Of: THE STATIC: styled office of Court the Clark at 8t.rke.of the Bradford above Witness my hand: ana the I

FA[ tor's Note: This is the ; telephone number 372- that their only hope for happiness lees Most of them: !however Mrs. Randolph Crosby of Max .HT4.TH' PI'Mfll,,1XIMU"' TO: Maxle Smith Rout 1, Box County. Florida, on or before seal of aald Court at Htarfce.
second of a scries of columns and normal family life are normal healthy appealing yule! and Mr. and Mrs. Box IV l'r."I'IU" 'ro HID uvOHKIM X51 Hlttman. Ohio the II day of October 1865. IS Bradford day of County September Florida IKS. this ,,
4308.Workers You are notified thata
heruby and to serve* a thereof
by John W Sponn Jr. BocliUeeeurlty and widows of deceased lies through adoption. These little babies who Just. have the and children of Jacksonville Competitive( < district: malinger in workers who are eligible I kid.) know that the Children's 111 luck to tie' boys when the and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Craw be received. by Scald the Division DId4/ will of relief aought, la divorce{ and] child attorney, whose address I la: US Clerk' Bradford< of the County Circuit Florida Court ,'
custody hae been filed ,
Walnut Stark
asatimtyou Mouth
Gainesville, telling what the untler tills new section of I Home Society is desperately approved available homes are ford of Gainesville visited Mr. EST Institution/, until 10:00: A M. by Ardolla Pauline Smith Florida on or before Street said date, By Charle A. Darby, Cleric f
..A social security amendments of I the law) will receive $35 a I tryingto find homtpi for them.For insisting on girls or vice and Mrs. C. C. Crosby during mile of on aurplu date shown property for the In. the 4bov n.mod Court and aa required by the law of 4Beal YAWN of*the SHAW Circuit Court)

I 1969 mean to you and your month while wives of workers some of them the wait versa! the weekend. October 4, 111(111( 1-Mn (]um came ordered, and and you required file. Procedure.Florida and If the you rule fall to of do Civil ao, 111: South Walnut Street I
( 1
1 family.' ] will get $17.50 a month. seems \hopelessly long.The Miss Margaret O. Muller Director Mrs. Kenneth Williams has no Did acrapn blank) condition anaBpeclflcatlunN your written answer or defenses a decree pre eon r.a.o will beenl.r.d Attorney Starke. Florida! for Plaintiff !I
to th
Many Bradford County men kinds of parents needed of the Northeastern been on the sick list, but may be obtained In the* office complaint of the In untterwlirnedI'lerk said cause against you for the r.- t.lI 4t 18-'
1 and women over 72. who did 'Parents, Needed for these school-age children Division of the Children's seems to be better now. .from lon lilvlilon Slate I'uri'haalnir of. Commie- of said. Court at Starke I
not have enough aocialeecure airef those all Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Avenger haste. Office Inalltutlonn. Plot. Ida, on or before the 18th
I i wltttn the warmth Home Society of Florida and Rulldlnw, Hluxham day of October 18(1.1( and to
I ity credits to receive monthly For ChildrenOf and stability and; health needed currently! Acting Executive Director of' Alachua visited Mr. and h Street.._it,Wing Florida.. Uooiu B-8il, Tallu- nerve a copy thereof on II oil la NOTICE TO HUNTERSDove lr

benefits before, may now be Broken HomesThe in all adoptive 'parents, plus for the Statewide Society Mrs.ternoon.Harold Crews,, Sunday af- Ralph., HlllerKxiicutlv when V. Knlsht address, P, O.Attorney Drawer. Season Opens Noon Sat., Oct. 2nd ,
eligible\ to receive payments. an extra important quality urges that couples with 9-23 2tao>> Director K, Htarke. Florida, an on or
Previously, a worker neededat Children's Home Societyof the ability to accept: and understand I' room In their. homes and Mrs. Marie Elixson of Ocalais to before da, said a decree date." If pro you confeaHo tall ao Take advantage of our one stop service for sportsx'
least six quarters of coverage Florida largest private the ,ready-made personality hearts for one or two more her spending a few days with IM TIIK 'o""rr JfllRK'M will be,) entered against you for License, ammunition boys and mens huntL
-about a year and a hall and past of a child In son and daughter-in-law fornr OK" HIIAIIKOHU' the relief demanded. Inh.. man-
adoptive in the St.ate- get touch with the
agency Society Mr and. Mrs. Kenneth Elixson (01 MTV. *.T.OKI It 4.IN complaint.It ing vests wide selection of guns in stock. All new iX.
of work, to get monthly bene sends out an urgent call lor whose young life has not been by phone or letter to obtain PliO"l'I'I'1t I I. ordered that thlM. notice
fits. Under the new provision. help! Homes and loving easy or normal. These children further information. In orderto Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Tn Ke: Estate of ROBERT l be published In the next four stock of shells. Financing available for guns. WI
I were guests of their son-!n. niCHNAHD: :-/ SNVIJICK D.c....- weekly lueiiea of the> Bradford %
benefits may be paid at age adopthe parents are neededfor : are not always likely to expedite matters she suggests law and ed. County Telegraph a. duly daughter
72)) or later to a worker [lane I youngsters ranging Ira age give love.until they have tested that those especially Interested Mr. and NOTICE TO CREDITORS (fled newspaper publlahed ineaki 1
!this. wife] in !some cases If the from 13'a' years to 1314 days! their new parents' love to the In school-agera contact Mrs.of Barney Jacsonvjlle Eggers last and famIly demand All persons aicalnat hatingclaim th. ..eatat. or of WITNESS county. my hand and the Service, Denartment Soecials! :;;
worker had 3, 4. or 5 quarters To start with the school- fullest. the Children's. Center' ; Mrs. Pearl SUnday. Hubert liernard Snyder deceased oaJ of said Court at Htarke, -- -
of coverage depending on this And of there those Thomas and are hereby notified Florida, this September 16. RELINED Front End Alignment
alters: The Children's Center course are wanting Infants, the daughter Mrs. Angeline Bran and required to file their IB USHKAl. BRAKES 8\'
age.A located in Jacksonville tried the tiny ones at the Children's Northeastern Division. both of ner of Ralford. visited Mr. and claims. In the office of the ( !: .) (Most American Cars) 1
man 76 or older In 1963. desperately this to Home Society, too--almost all which In County Judge of Bradford Ie/ Charles A. Darby Parts & Labor Any outCorttJ
summer are Jacksonville Mrs. J. M. Dyer and.. Mrs County Florida In the County (L lerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Set toe in toe
or a woman 73 or over In 1965 find 14 sets of mothers and of them well under' a year old; I Andl: above all, "get your Information Leah Brown last Friday after Court llnuae at Htarke, FlorIda ford County, Florida. I Ford or Chev. ThisFIRESTONE reel caster and camber. =
needs Just three. quarters of dads, so that the youngsters with an occasional one or two- from us instead of noon. 1 within six calendar 1/11 4t 10/7 .
month from the <]at of the week. Balance 2, front tires
coverage roughly nine monthsof might be settled in their new year-old. Some of them. are across the back fence If you Mrs Louise Norman and first puhllratlun! of this notice, ee
work. A man 75 or a: woman homes before the new school very "special" because of mlx- want to get it straight! Mrs. or th. mime will become void IM run rinrriT 'O.'NT op $4 .88 including wts.This week N
Margie Underhill '
visited law. Tin KM.Iiril: Jl IIM I tl. ('IS-
according to
72 In 1965 needs four quarters year began. These youngstersare Mrs. Underbill's Mrs. Thle .n..nh.. rs 1ftAS n,i'r OK. ........lilt iAMI' ** Plus Tax only Parts and labor W,
of coverage, about one still at the Ch ldre.n's. Neta Petcher sisters Flrat -publication i ::' ';';;September FOil HHtllOHI) ('OI' 'rY.I" guaranteed All this
'and Mrs. Ella ,...,
18. I98S fllA.Mt KH Y. c. %O
year of work and a man 74 or Center- no parents could be Niale, of Jacksonville lust /aHlta II ftnyderKxouutrlx llt-IIU. (Special Prices on Other service Ir( only
a woman 71 In 1965 needs five. found. Now the Society !hopes Wednesday. : of the least Will and Harold Richard ".Salmon Makes)

Anyone younger needa six or it. will be able to find homes NEWS And NOTES ,' Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman Snyder Testament, dereaacd.Hollla of Robert. Bernard -.nDIVORCE Plaintiff $$.88 j jPlus
more quarters of coverage. for them all by Christmastime and Mrs Don Newmans and V. Knlihtfltarke Karen l>oulii* Salmon OPEN ALL DAY WED.
Widows of deceaseworkers}! attended Florida DefendantOIIIIKII .
son FOR -
Today's HomemakersBy dedication
service Attorney for Executrix : OK PI "I.U'\TIO'V AMP Tax- and
may also get. payment under Among the waiting' group I es at the Lawtey Baptist 4/U 4t 1011 "VOIK'K TO ItKKKMI: any .
the J:.V TUB :NAME OF TUB STATE Needed Parts
new provision. However there Church
are six pairs of brothers. Martha Sue McCain Sunday afternoon.noon. OF FUltllA: j
the number of work credits ranging In, ages from 6 to 12. ., IM' TIlE CIHIIIT rot HT OKniK TU: Karen. I oulae. Salmon
(needed may depend both County Extension I 10:1111'1'11: Jrnil'14t. IHfiir 10 Center HtreetHernardavllle Your
on There are two sister-brother |l Friends of A/3C Wayne IIF.. riftiiutt IM' AMUKOH New Jersey Store
the widow's age and the year pairs like ", Sapp, eon of mi tnt-o-i' f..t >'rv.IM Sportsman's ,
a girl 13 4 /end': II Home Economics Agent Mr. and Mrs. You are hereby notified that
the deceased worker died or boy 11. Then there Leslie Sapp will be t'I'H: f.tMH, %... a suit In equity for dlv".... haa I t
:reached are three I interested I*-635Ardelia h.* been filed. aculnat. you by 312 W. Madison' Phone 964-0611
age boys about nine years old and Pauline Smith Harold Richard Balnion.. In the I
Anyone who thinks he might three girls! nine to eleven, all NATIONAL 4-H Week end I that gives the flower a striped -
Saturday Oct. 1, but this I 'blotched, and mottled (broken ')
does not mean there will be I ) appearance. They're pretty ; I

any lens emphasis on 4-H but they can cause trouble. niI"W'J\ !
Club work In Bradford Coun U.S. Department of Agriculture '-
(;YOUR ty. With its emphasis on development crop specialists -warn i'ih\
i of the individual 4- that virus from these diseased / KICK-OFF r OREE f fJ
II answers almost every need bulbs' will infect healthy tulips

young people will experience and lilies that are planted
FREEZER In living in the space' ''age. clone to them. Diseased plantsget .
To got along in a complex smaller every year and \\\fi/\ J GIFTS FOR ,
world, young people must be dies In 3 to 6 years. / L.SAVERS .
DURING CITY FISH'S able to get along with. a chanceto PEANUT BUTTER 1 I // AT J
participate individually and t tI PANDA K IK: I
I with his fellow club members: The easiest way in the -worldto s THE FOURTH QUARTER OF 1965 First.Federal 15
He learns to cooperate, to give add an extra touch to II
and take to respect the rights breakfast. We gave this on I .t : J (See Details Below)

of others. He 1s- given an op.portunlty the radio and have requests B >s '
to serve others and for this information.

to serve his community.This Combine 1 cup pancake mix I /s',.' 11rt i iI
$ee&- youth program helps 1 cup milk, 1 egg and 3 tablespoons I the! RIGHT WAY
lit young people for careers peanut butter. Beat, ; : :
through useful work projectsand until smooth. Bale..on heated, I
good work habits they lightly greased skillet or grid-
U.S. Gov. GradedCHUCK )learn under the guidance of dle. 'Serve< !hot with syrup. -
trained leaders. Makes sixteen 3-Inch cakes.
Would you like tQ knowmore .,
ROAST about 4-H. ? Drop us a ''tR tn t I.trtnl t By

491 card PLENTIFUL to P. O. Box FOODS 207. Starke J list I THIS Opening To A Account EARN

CHUCK STEAK, LB. for OCTOBER in brimmingwith Bayless HiwayBy or Adding Savings

harvest setuton abund--
ance. Apples offering a wide Mrs. O. E. Crosby IS At'' A

CLUB STEAK LB. 59c variety to shoppers, :hood the
list. Broiler fryers, cheese .A A A &AAA A AA4

rice ,turkeys onions shelled OPEN IIOUSK. THEMONTH

ROUND STEAK LB. 79c pecans dried prunes and frozen Mr. and Mrs Bule Crosby First Federal QULWky
concentrated orange Juiceare were hosts at an open house
in good supply Just in Sunday afternoon from 2:30: ,

FRESH PICNICS LB. 39c time for Fall's healthier men. to 5:30: at their new home on
ues. Bayless Hlway, Approximately
With the large 1965 crop of 60 guests called during theo TOSWITCH DIVIDEND
SMOKED pecans you should be able t party hours Refreshmentsweere We Have Just De- :;: PER ANNUM
PICNICS LB.43c find lots of shelled pecans at served by Mrs. O. E. I

reasonable prices here is a Crosby assisted, by Mrs. Bob- !' clared Our Thirdi I PRESENT SAVERS
mouth 'watering recipe for by Crosby of Ocala, Mrs. Lee
RED HOTS Dividend at the Rate tit HAVE BEENMAILED
c C: APRICOT PECAN BREAD: Flake of Jacksonville Mrs. ,
LOOSE Two cups biscuit mix 1 cup Otis Crawford of Gainesville, Of- -=-- : 4- \ A 1

quick-cooking rolled oats, 3/4 and Misses Dorothy Newson J 4y 0 DIVIDEND NOTICE! /
WEINERS, Lb. cup sugar 1 teaspoon baking and Sue Crosby and Mrs. \
powder 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1/s Harold. Crews of Starke. The I
SLICED cup finely chopped dried apricots Crosbys received many level
BOLOGNA or peaches 1 cup coarsely gifts. *
Lb. chopped pecans. 1 egg, KKCKNT BIRTHS I *

RIB ANDBRISKET well beaten; 1 1/4 cups milk Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead -

STEW Stir together first B ingred Jr. announce the birth of As Extra Incentive For Savers First Federal Is Making the
Lb. ients. Mix in apricots or a son, Larry Alien on September
peaches and paeans. Combine 27 In the Bradford County Gifts Available
egg and milk; add to dry Ingredients Ho pItaJ. L1* *J Following As Long As They Last! I

ALL MEAT STEW, Lb. 59c and beat hard for 30 Our sincere sympathy Is extended .
HCt.ond.< Pour Into three greased to the Thomas family! Support Your d New account or addition of $IOO.-$199 New Account or Addition of $200 or Mors--

FKESII FLA. GRADE.; A cans (No. 2 or 303)). Bake In the loss of Airs, Thomas's (< -A Billfold with a 9 Credit Card Plastic Your( Choice of 3 Prize: I. Two Billfold 2.

FRYERS-LB. at 351): degrees. for 45: minutesor I sister-in-law, :Airs. Green of t Local High d Portfolio. Brushed' Chrome Lijthtcr. 3. Miniature Gilded
33c until done. Or bake in 9 x Miixvllle. Sympathy Is also extended (Hand Mirror.
:5 x 3" loaf pan for one hour. to the Oliver Under.
; School Team There U .
no advertising theme nice
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OPEN Cool for 10 minutes; removeI hill family in the J Ions of Mrs. only one prize per account.)
SUNDAY & MONDAYWE from pan and coot on rack. Underhill, and to the Levy TMK WKF.K.: rKlnYOCT. I
I I.U.TT11T.: INFKCTIOIT8When Canova family !in the loss of ; I. ,19MMtark

you plant tulip bulbs Mr. Concuss at St, ulnle

I this remember full :here's Keep something"broken" tulips to CIUKCII The time N of":\\'S evening services r Cross Keystone I'lty IM llrlghtVllllHton Lake*Uatlrt.1 First S Federal( l Saving\' S and Loan

away from other tulips at BnyleBs Hiway will r. \ 7
change this Sunday us follows: ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
607) E. BROWNLEE; PRONE:" ; 969.109.1!);:' "Broken" tulips also called Training Union 8 p.m., Eve
I Rembrandt tulips are Infected ning Service 7 p.m.'ednes.. 218 N. TEMPLE: AVE. PHONE 9610500BARKSDALE'S

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Home Game
Is Rained OutLast Launch Drive : :".

KEYSTONE I SundayThe For Eye WillsThe rsc .) j5,_ 0 : : : To GreenvilleIn

I I UOIM i'tl their first home tame of
HIGHLIGHTS second Sunday's playof Keystone HeUhta the Pigskin season, the U-: I

the' mlxe. best-ball tournament Club
Jr r.I I at the Keystone Golf for pledges: to the North Florida Ou'envllle' Pirates 34.'. I

and Country Club \was rainedout Eye!: Bank, at the J. Hlllla .
By Emily Thomas The Fildtiy nlht game was
I + List week, and tournament Miller Health. Center! University -
liiu-huKhtect by a couple of
Phones official we e forced to reschedule of Floiia. : 1k liood. fast offensive plays by bKeystone
an additional week's The local campaign under. : .
"Ac1.i one of which car-
Day 473-4666 Nile 4734589football play in the eiw'it week-lunttourney. I the c.-halrman..up. of GeoroKt :' ; |
tied the Indians
over to score t
The play will resume Schaeffer, IIt'COndllc..... pi-eol- \\ The Keystone. defense, with
Sunday ..ftel dent of the Florida Foundation
noon with i
; fever 1s afflictinglarge a heard one dedicated viewer ; : one or two exceptions, seemed
scheduled slatting time for and Eye Will and Slxiit ; .
number of Keystones who nearly missel an engagement IiMwgeYp \a little weak throughout the

Who are contenting themselves to see the pro grame, the men-women twosomes Conservation Chapman will l __ 4:ami'FLtv
with perching on benches they 'The game wasn't over until Women's'- Handicap run through February, 1960. started' with Broku I
the last Mrs. Ray Stamen pl.tced Donor pledges ,will, be taken .
would never think of sitting play. taking the opening kick for I
Upon otherwise' and subjecting There. are many avid football first with a low net! of 35 In a for pONt-mortem surgical, non. 41-Year-Old Church To Be Razed tie, Indians on the. 35 yard I

themselves to hot, humti and fans In this area we be- field of 18 players last Thurs- disfiguring! removal of the line and 1 hot-fooUng the ball

ht+ect-rldden weather all for InK vociferously. among them day lot the Women's Handicap:! eyes to be used in cornea! For New Structure Starting Soon up to the 41)) -

I and turnout Is Tournament. Running concurrently transplants and any other = ...
watching the a big expectedfor In the
the purpose of -- T ++s. next plays Keystone
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I with the subRtltutioiM<< that research .. -
igfellivantlng. of an oddly: this week's Oator same Thomas .. r-= was unable to make headway
I shaped,balL Those who like with LSU. Among those headIng play tourney last week's may uncover in the future. By Emily \ airnltwt the. brick-wall Oreen-

;,their grandstand seats cush- for the game la Jimmy play saw a three-way tie. forsecond The program hail'bPtt1aO/ o- Final worship services were Ion service' vomluctixl by tint, I \rtllll! SkeU-li Of New Church Huiidlnir vllle line Then the Indians

[loiied with foam rubber and McMurtry Suzanne Nelson place wlti !Mrs. Alex proved by all major relUtloui I held Sunday morning In the minister Ur A. C. Holt,, dur fumbled the ball. The PlratMrwovwed.

plenty of elbow room. are en- and her mother Mrs. Carrie Brokas. Mrs. T. J. Hawea and faiths, a rut no fee U charged I I Keystone HelxhUi Commun, !InK which. a cluUtonlnn' Ct'...- Trustees were J. J Lt\\rt'I1I' slgnhtK In FloYsta. The\ o\- moved: up field-1--;; a

camping before their television Nelson. A number of persons! Mrs.. Bo Henderson, with a net for removal of donate; eye ity Church, constructed in mony was held for ClunleKeiln chit 111.1 n; !Mra, Hvtlney 11 I f ttilnal contractor wins O J R: scrim of playa and tumbled.

:MU to watch the pandemon-, : will be attending the pre-game rore or 9n wean nla... Hn All present corneal] transplant 1934. Removal of furnlsrtlngs ) .., Infant lion ol Dodd secretary. ; and F M. WlRHlits, who still ie"kl.-K In Homer recovered" the ball for

IIdpw spectacle' and as we over- and post-game parties that ner waa determined by matching can be made only on began the early part of theweek church trustee. W 1.. Reynolds." Wuhath.. li-ertAiuvr '1'1ell'S\ Keystone Keystone> on the 4rt yard Hn_

will be held In Gainesville the !store cards with Mrs persons. who have'Kwt their with demolition to follow Jr and Mr'*. Reynolds' and 4nlnUter was. the Itev 1 K!:. U The church! minutes, which Rut again the Indians wero

r -. "' titter hopefully to celebrate a q."ka coming out on top. sight through cornea 1 defects immediately.The grandson of church steward Mowry whu'IC'v,1 until IUJ7.,,: date. from Uie original 1I1"l'tUIII unable to move against Oieeii

victory. Trio Enter Prc-Am caused by disease> or accident. new: church to be con. W 1. Reynolds alit: Mrs. Hey- Among the uiUtiml :'JS: flmitei '111I:1:!: slow that ron vlllo' solid line arvj a hlgfe

Oct.-Nov. Attendance ha* been good at Keystone. Country Club Prc; Followlnw" the removal of the strutted'on the site of the old noldn. members were the late, J, Ktl-: stl'lICtioll11... stopped for 1 punt by Cooper gave tile ball.

the Keystone Indians' game Lea Stephenson and Women's cornea the eye Is returned to building: was deaUroed by Organised on IVt-embfr 13 win Lai son. State TM-iKiirft nttnly a yrnrj to Iron out illff to Oreenvtll.

FOR 'KMwlbly due to the advanced Association members Mrs the! eye bank for medical' architect Don Morgan. with 1923. at a meeting in the Ki>y- sift Insurance CommUHloneri rriu-e4. ill coat estimates. and The Pirates, with their

I !) 2 If sole of season ticket, which Vonclle: Ketch and Mrs. Frieda lei"'e' and research throutrh Trleot Construction Co. ascontractor. tone Bchool 4 buildlivn. the! i Florida; Mrs Aiwa K.: to laLse an athlltlonal mini iequired itrateuvi well' planned moved

; Sale rive the holder a seitt within Wyrnan entered the Daytona a JlaLholotilcal study at an estimated church was formally roimlltuttxloix t.J&WI't'IU'& Donald! R. I'unnboin. :* for e-'inplelloii of the ale bull down field on a :3 I,

: the. 40-yar1llnN.; ( Couch Rho- Invitational Pro-Am Tourna To date over 430 donation coat of 197.874. The plans cal May 15. 19J4, with the ,\111111\11'| and Mrr F Nf. Walratli. bull/lrf'

I Jens tt"1U1youna" and Ught.I mend held Monday have been mad f In the Key- for seating capacity of 234 adoption of a charter and by- all presently\ residing In I IIIhl'n:10: member !<<('tll'" of the game. K.ynton4;

[(Buy Two-fiet Three) I with a number of, freshman .tone Heights ales. with chair- with apace allowed for placement kiwi. PrIor to tine, formal. or- Keystone. signed. notes of, $1 n,ch to dug In but couldn't hold them

I ;plajers. but we should see a During weir wait! they wertentertalitevs 1 I I nan SchaeJfer" responsible for of additional pews at a ranlaatloit plaits. wen' UM for Architects for the Initial' cover" the amount needed The and the Plratea. aucceanfullyran : '!

On All Plants great deal of Improvement as at a dinner party I :'J73.. He reported that the later date.. If necessary' construction of a HHiictuary' structure.i were Mitflh. >nuuuli' flint recorded biiplUms held h> the extra (point.

['In Our Nursery the season. progresses.lltKK by the Bastedon.+ who Included<< pledvr are not compulsory Incase Tine final service; held In the at a !total cost. of (I&.000, The 1 and, Tit;ploy. of ick-nmvllle.. the iwnrtiuiry were tlvwr of On the low kick return th4]

: : 'N TIIKRK: among their gucals the BoWelcheht. the donor changes his old building was a rommunMELROSE Initial" officer" of the Board of who speclnllxed In vlunvli (hvvvvwwv >> I\Ilu'II"le& Eloise: Bird ditughtf Indians buttrrflruiered the

Closed Sundays' I Newcomers to K-ytone are also new to f\ilka- mind) all a later date.. All donations 1, of Mr iiiui Mis. John C bull and Oieenvllle" recovered' ;!

Mr and Mrs, Henry Croom cub who wlJi: Baaledo. weie mill go to the NorthFlorida r ,' Illrd, luul 'Italics! WHnniun. In tli. next play title Pirate*
Eye' Bank unlona S.. .... .
otherwise VV *
.Y9..yy wvw w
Cleman's Nursery ; their daughter Betty Sue. and with the Humphrey Ookl Corporation vet of Mr and. [Mrs.' Aught fumbled but. recovered: the ball

Kujjf pooch "Charley Brown" win during lu operation been specified, There have PERCEPiPt I Il.nke Wulnman on Kiiater: Hiutduv" I on about the 45 yard line. The

HlMay I 11M'( 314! Mara have just moved Into the!' near Starke. and who have I corneal over 1 1,100 siicceasful l INDIAN BEACH April. 8. 19J8. : Dates' steadily moved down
'I": of Ke)..t<>ne at HUb-reo. I home purchased_ from the many friends iiiontf the Key !!1 be enlarged rapidly which through wilt e, A Luillra Aid HiM-lety. and field in the next eight play.
BraultIoM1II'd sloneis. a I II youim iteoid.i's, m-gunlMttlon The action was fail and]
on the Jacksonville Santa Fr!
newly discovered of
highway The The Charles Uarbrrs. accompanied I, process By Joyr* RIIH* ) were fouiuliM on Ur ember 21 (Continued On Vise I 161 I
. preserving for several! a
cornea t te
by Mrs Jlrlbeit.vrbuu. I 1\1r.. Jack .. Miller !ill'. 1940. unit, ) tat IJve folltiwlim
week rha t15.be93aaaa.uuuua.aa.A.Aa: o-
-I and heir son. Eric ,'I I April the first hltl time niht-

. Slop Wlihlng. Start Buying traveled to OHlougo. wheieMra. I The North Plot Ida Bye: Bank (Keystone. Srhoul Newel, 4Aaaaaa.aAAAAaAAaAaA.4A4Well Inter wins employed. Rev MURRHEE
founded Il. the I
n by
waa Inj
Oatbrr's slater Is bus I Mr. and Mra. Grant. Roth- blub. blub. Clroruv" K: Paccar" who aeiveil I
great big
LJorM Club, through Initial assembly, .
an Last Pi(day was
plUuixed wtUi, / a severe 11lm'_. hammer' left tart week for bluit to you thin weekl have for three years. tlu>rearter, ntul Insurance Agency
donation of funds from five be
day. was very '
Mr, Oarber planned to take ,, South Florida They are now ty you ever had no Many' wet filled In iiiiinrrutM times al
one of wham. Ute because w. General Insurance
prrnnns. warn assembly
Eric on to his gradual sellout laying: at di koloake clothes and no sunalilneli Inter dates following his re-
first donor of eyes to the eye ... .re11,11111 to learn: of the past
AUTO LOANS send to return to Chicago In Mr*. Maude MrRwen of An. life'? Kveiywliere I tlieinentFlmt _
bank. Donations of cash will and piewent. acluiol In Keylone. your r18r-!'t time to brtn his wile aiU thony apeiit'aeTrral. day last called on TtifjKlity. and talked rliUH-h servlrea. In 1923: KINK:- Airm' -BONI>
alo be .; and deductible piluctpol. -
accepted are a Mr. Henson our
Mrs Nelson buck to Keystone. week with Mr. and Mra. K. M. wltli nvUlibois.. roitwrsatloii were hi'kl In the sriuxtl hour
contribution. the K.vcotnn. Halghts. 473 tiM
prouram -
Col. and Mra. P. A U..n.uf Caaon war' tine siune RAIN aiut lu the WOIUUII'H Club
.several. aliIII0IIII.nnlll -
Dreaming of a new car? Our loan department Palm Spring. Calif. paid a Mr and Mrs Ulaivton, have i by telllim UM shut aihoul While I was talking with AJltWllllaiiis Utillillng pi for to. the cullilrmttuu -
vUil U Air and Ml'a..1 U. moved to Metros from OslnXMvill there ciune a 11111 of the .aanutiiary

can make those dreams come H.IWl IdurullI a trip' ca.tMra. NEWS NOTES *. Mrs. Utanton U % first then handed Um pioKism over Ui the steady ilui\ i"inHir ol' live\I 'Inca new bullJIng, of cout-m- WANTEDTO

true, quickly. See us for an Auto loanat Hanson and Mrs. lagan tirade teacher at Melrose high 1 to Janle MrMurtiy, president hut three days ai)J he''reminded lioinry" iloUii. will rontnln BUY

low bank rates. You can enjoy the nave been lu.IuHIfle.& ....... II, II.W. KfasiAARP : Hchuol.Mra Of Htutlettt 'Council the Him gavea ot! m* that If It DID I new luriilHhtng ,slut 1 11I1II\.nl.; ,

of cash when Mis. E. K Alken apeni last I Sully Wyiui is vlnUliitwr speech on! pat ytuin thai quit., then THKJtK! was my with I lie excoplloii! of the or-
advantages paying
you weekend in Atlanta, with tier'; I .-lnrla. arid drwtiulsr.Mr our actual and UN tows Item of the week but nu ran, which will b* repaired Saw Timberand
buy and the pleasure of driving ACTITITIES there, was no other person who while I'OiiatnK.tlon .*-
brother.. Paul Uavla and I ant Mrs J. II. Happ. ktct.we are .UII getting lain And| ImiMiMed
that new car right away. Come in and UALnIl'.n UK Oa Keystone Ib>U ills Community Mr, marl Rap!>> U liont afterspuendhrl coul l tell us better than Mint at and not liking !II Huie wvti U snider way Tli* Cltws.titlivl .

talk it over. There's no obligation Tech- Texas AJtM upne. Chapter of AARP enter- a week In UK Bradford Gertrude Ifouaer wiiool" who was r..led It, but not 'IIIIH liiUth.llottevrr Mplie' 'U HO feet Ull. andIII

,mine 'Ulned Samuel C' Boardman : County Hospital Kryston fur many Mr Wlllluinn" said I'I .be Ihlh".t. iii..lilllin"

O\er TalUataMee way were of Aanoclatea Administrators Slit. and Mr. Patrick C11Uon yaw and ha.' brru our p In. I hi was down In levy County Tate. |I"ew'' In the uhf. atnictiir, PulpwoodI.MMKDIATKI.Yt
who vtoltad Inc. of Chicago who .la Insurance of clpal. and who" In now living li4V heels pun-haMHl. by the
the FA IluMwya and daiuihter Melanie over Ui* weekend and. l the.. level
former KeyaConers., Mr, and consultant for National Pal la Church V.. were house In Keystone having been formally of water he saw down Were, Abilene' tUptlut. Chul('h. In :
Mrs. Bert Clu"'tollf'ra, Jr. laat AARP. on Kept. 34 In the CityHall uasta furs few daya. of Mrs rellittt Her apeci-li leaves us with nothing hi.. tutu- liitliuni, I LIhtsoplrtlnrt

weekend. auditorium. OHaanna, IIncand, aunt, Mr. ." follua' plain about.. ( dat has rx-en I

Visitor at the, WlUiam Few While hare, Mr, Boaitkman and Mrs B 1C.: Kelley, "Ilse Until of Keystone. MI'II..Io HlrundlH-lg hud. net fur Fj: ler logo with aervlcea TIMLOG. Inc. .

home .er. Mr and Mm I consulted with older persons Jude Chestnut Brown and heights was netlleil Unit the uvertuglit gueaU. '...."nlly. her > no to that date to b.t held ''

Charles Cartwrlght and children and ntembera as to the rWTrlltInaurare her husband Ham. of Irand year l\H.t\ : TIM first aclioul wan<< grandson, FJuilMU: and Mrs In the tkltxiatlort: Miilillng
Uiistlioad //I I Ml. So. Hiark, i.n 301
mall building acrona
of 8t. Blanca taUlkl Oa. prucram and what Prairie. Tex ..... vldltln. In a Harmiiy HutU-r" cans> by on r .I'h.wi.. l 6l-0ill/ : I
she cant over for Uw Ha.MlulMll4 .- effect It will have on U>. Mwll.rare I friends In Melitme. last weekIliis from the ixeiteiit ll.ip- their way from a fuilouiili In tar if| .rlll.'I1..11$ nf t.h.
>4 dilate gm. I also pro.rsm starting Ini July WHOM Mrs rown'. first list Cliurrh Tli bullillux wa I I II Ol mural Heath U> Mrlllriy'aI''unttuneul regular actinide, / of services" Contact |I.. If. Outlaw
an upaetl 1 lees AARP will offer a coordlnaUd I, roll Ie MajroM elshl l years also tmed for church servlcesn ,"III'.UnA"" to |I.r Hull I
I a"t
Federal 1927: a arriool wa built I Oil face
Mr end Mra, J, W Bimeral. policy after" f>lM In a former resident arid>
of Lake Brooklyn entertaineda overmnent'a prnwranM radiiaU of M.I,,_ IllnhAcnonl her. on thl. present site, the

number1 of Guests Hunday al ate .UIpI.t4JJ. AARP ham no While her, they stsy.ed building wh..r..e sic now

dinner In their home Including ..'- w) Mr.,_ Bt>..ntrnanw.rnt"d I In..n. I st the twin of Mr andMrs. I 14111 cafeteria) There west' \ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE
members to beware of tour rooms and .an aidiltorluniTh .
Mr and Mrs Duminic Per- B E. Kelley,
KEYSTONE STATE BANK aini and Mrs, Joaiuia WouUrs. a.ln<1Iera. !' TlM Infant ann of Mr and I!I school started out with I ,
who 'iis and hlxli 'hlul l
I Ii'll' a
Oardner of Largo
of InterUcrwn' Albert Klml- Mr. Uavtd Illimant of Mhl- !
Member 1 F.D.I.C.) Keystone Height .,... one. Vaun Lake Mr and Mrs la vine president of FkNldachatxers. dlrtxir was able ta come'.Ttitr. were two teachers In BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Vk-tor. UaUamu. amtl Mr and will attend the Oct. hum from U.. hospital last ,I the high school and two for I
Rank In Your dl rtl J .t I the Biaminer school at first
"Your Friendly Friendly Mrs Tom Amlco OaliienvUlf I I' luixiieoo (covered week The baby U the rmw|.
Community** The have 12:30. at ,which time the char- and Mrs' Albert Ttier wasn't a graduating'
E. P. Mensriu Just on of Mr "
will be presented Other la..a every year, of count, be' AIM'I.IANCKHT : : AUTO l ( UfI'1UGoetzman: 'JUIt4Fl1Y( :
Continued I On Pace 1(1 trr Hlnnant and Mr an

Invited there wliAn't always a
be auw'
nearby ( Howard Morris of helms. I'
)I I secede Two girls' graduated O.C.Carnes Nursery
to atUrvd thiS event, Mr and Mrs, Virile Huwi 12th Hros.
"TAR In 1937 The laa8 < laIn V Service CenterJ. tllwav. inn, flneartom1' :
BEST BUYS r.A'ITIRV and _,. ()ann,, spent Halur
BY c & c MOTORS INC I Raxtrrn Htar Chapter 2111 day afternoon In fVala, iraiiual' from that high I GarageItII'AIIt Mlles| UK of mark

t will meet at 1 p m Tu.adale I H,Y.nd Mr*. Jean Chanci ech,,ion wa. In 1944 wtlhl three. R. TII I r.1'4.' l'r"| fl.l..rMutoroU Nurarry llm'k' Thou,

T.w. M.1 at Y Ire".'. wa'G. e.hf ew ws.fb sat ew+rca I Oct 4. for Uw tint fall meet' I hoe returned, 'from VeraallleaKy jlila In th* el//*., Prom then A.Lhurt1 l ('h....,,,!' : \\ OHKM'XPOlt ants of Mxnts, M Fruit

et..a NSID Caa r T.5T Jarwa al .rN vW tQOa It1a Na.+ t rAMa1 lag A (rourt jr will W eitendt ., where they enrolled' MU" < on to about 1910 I w4. lad l only amiOKHCK Mervlre, TINfi Treaa to o hfl'_ from Nice
Tl:a.T a+Kl of M.ea.a fJ OVr sat.. awr 1:0.: .sae rata'C&C Melrose Lort.. Order of I grade In tits srrioul For M.Lw IWHiV l'AI Hhml. Tree, Kvargroengft
T..a J aft 5e?, : to Kath Curtler In the MancarelHall WKI.IHNOl.o :
Motors MamnM. and a std hour and I fV-hn"l.. a WhiCh Worn many years there were only Merlre. On ,All :Mahoa ltTAIII-K \Mru'f\ Plant, All In

1 tefre hmnU will follow In the .1 by the Episcopal.: \ (liunfiKathy three teachers: for those nrrnro' \ |laws \1.-.I'-4..r,1. container plant anytime
Ass.Isp ea.a tM 1I Oa MH < liade letter a 4lli teacheras TV iitum C'nn.IIIu, ...1..*.
I formerly lived hi Macon. la .the. daughter of Mr TV \I..r.
.Jh ,. 14IAIK Iwo 'IM iln. your lankhnaplnr.Ph.
John Kam, a Mr
tow$ tai a t'r Oct, 1 1I Mr and Phil Oliver SMI./AAHA/ :Might- and
1I I former rmMenta of Krratonr, Bob Font, sun of Mr sn aiiprrlnterMlent Mid *. Work rjiMnintee.t TV Uvvy Jl K.y onN H.Ighla
In town for a few day could here the Sth tewher IIe ll>'lghl.. 41S4HAIDryer .*t l U. I>rive.n Theatre 1
mrrr Mrs R V, Ford and (lacy KSTATKMM
111 glenHiram IK:.\l. :!
could IOO Ttiatx /'hs.
Whit get ptiplla
at :
\taut week Maylnc and Mr
of Mr
I Burnanan. son .
4TV.1IH.1: :
\ ... 2 t Vattier Court ruins UtvirUit Chart. But-hanan. left Ttuirs- came about. Mon 1\ltllll1 lAY," f

LJL.----- .. they were entertained day to fly tn Han Francisco "In the early dayw w* fiad Special ,,,..: TO 1IX FT, BrAnI

i with a dinner and brtdc party From there they will .o to the no cafeteria Ttie children who ,.111'1'14F:11V11E: : : H.te .41 lS.E.McKay >

by the J, O lUrwnns Phlllpplnea where/ they will be lived hi town went horn for 4 Cycles, only $129 M14,1) rul":
the and others br" ujihllunrnea
strata at hunch
stationed aboard d..t.mer.HtJU' WTMV >
homo of MWn rh>rtn
I tt ntaht were her eoualns I Mr. Mra Martha MacKeafhl" rafeterU! was In the little room : A I rsKii: TV >NW: ml FIOIIT3Phone

WE MAY NOT BE BANKERS and Mra Jnhn A. Ilouner of I' hall returned from Cape Co'I W'hf're Mr Knuth's off..... u..e<1 CenterMlantaM 41:1--"t4:

LakHaml fin U aLeo erprctln* I I where 11. visited Mrs Rleanor to be Th children wart servert AMI AI'I'I.IANrKS. ( .: Oil, 1 Iettr1uetaKlltll .

for a tw-wwk Vtalt Miss lAY. at the doorway, art. then IWIIh _r+ k., nrHVICK, IIKSTAirUA.NTSBeidler': f

BUT Elisabeth Claucf\,.,., of New Mrs. Harriet R.... )iaa returned tarried their plats to their I Johnson OirtttoaritMaiM

York City a former resident t from a trtp to t. ivaI ftxn where they ate at then. Wheeler Discount ", .. A Harvlra Holiday
who w_ Uw first "* desks, l later' the tnilMirwwher : SfOIlKMighwav : Fi.hteg[ TiwhU Huntingri.'KI.
of Key U>n I "'tw. N J where she apenlI Arri.lANVK
Community the library la now ass \ Ipulrwneniiowt" _'Trrllne \ Restaurant
\We Can Show You How To Save MoneyON pianist of the I about five weeks visiting her \
Church and I* the cousin of I brother/ Ale Ifoaa-Umf built and used as a kitchenens 1M\ *'A".' I : nU l KEJtMPNnInt.r.ellsn t..l or V.wlwhhee.klp. .
.ml K. .... hlwy 7I-IOO
tonthe \\\nmf\ y '
table were provided f.M.. PINIIraFine : !
Ilel LawrfTM ,
Mrs a
The lay Llvin iu>ns raient. I, turner. from a trip that took children ta vat on About fh lrlr. .1 j K.yauan. hl.lgM Wail M.I..t..lV' Pitted

ry ,Mid. former' Keyatonert,, tier to Han Antonio. Te ,, I9M the prevent kitchen ws .1 I 1 tit'f.n t HATS WEEKLY
the Cam Baatedna. who now where aK spent a week andMexico added u> this building / : : $(' '.'.. :SBradford ,-, : ; full l>.lmwr. ruarhea
(h. havirnmovwrl ,\ The arhnnl I has grown' ,/'set.-Italian fond
live in Polkston. _k1J. where
THE SPOT BANK FINANCING there. two mnrHha age, I ah. j swig City another>> week along with the town I under I'ItI TICOI'lI ; SUPERIORBUTEE own",1', I'Uia"r.r.R l III! MUlnlt.

nan stand that w* will im hate
b.ry'vt' Cheater WeaJey of (flatre I .
SHOP I Hkx-ll. North nf HINt LightKEYNTONP7
nll'"M 1 I a gymnasium, and I'm urr
('OMMI'NITY rifle apent Friday wlUi his HEIOHTgfMKI :
Other bulkltng will .bas added :r THK ntlllNI>r.Y "HOPfn
brotfier-irv-Hw, and stuter. Mr I
Itursl.l. Mept 24 was theo, t

C&C MOTORS last worship "service!" .Ip the pr 'i and Mrs firm" RothhamoterBecinnin needed perhap* In the fulure f)i.+r .n V Tin 5Itay | : > C.XKSHanks
will ha*
a rparsIrgrammar
1 1buiVftnc next -ru.eda'.1 j .1. a rk
Sent Comnnmity/ Church artanol.nd l huh County
U.ed Cart
AUTO SUPER MARKET Mrs Ricnard ftetmeberter
Communion rake Seoul After S My Appotntmont Only
flae In ceramics
teach a atj
" iF WE HAVEN'T GOI tT WE'll GE1 I1 WM hell! after which picture Faith Preebyterlan Oi'irrh' I Mr bassos trwn bold us Telegraph Nett. mitrnt>eery, Oem.r and 3-T Shop

sea taken"" of the rowd.-Jaanrtvary .... about an Indian Print that. '
class 11'11. for oneinwtiUt .
MeMlenael Operaloe
ON ttu MOT BANK *MANCINO The \ t 4 Buy Sell Tn"IItwIIl f4f
manorial I"DI- w.
a a had been given many
,..... K. W1- and anyone. who I* bt which t.. lJo\tarh, .I'h. % I-.1IOI: Phone. 47 J 4.VV> 1 100. 8 ml. Soi.Ul!
.7wtn. g the "* O. ......U04 .Is ....."" lo attend :, years ago and now Keep of Mark
gins stilled wise, mrmbrrf at. (Continued On Face 141' i, Continued{ On ..... lei I Home ",,-, 4TJJ ...
>I IConUnuad. On Paa 18' I

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. 1'Alit irt til It I'*:VIM IUCUJII'uacu niHNTV TKt.rwmAFit.: ') !Mr/urn! ;, IrroninA TlltmSQAV._Sr.PT..31t.I1I_!: >>

appear> Heal of this Court on thl
rUutlo Notebook S2.20 ., the I I herein established by this Re cave to the NW having a radius Section 116 Beglnnlnir ort the west line otSee. 210.1 feet westerly! from the set forth In the Petition In this parties Intnreated the may time and day of September: A.D. UK
r 100111 lion.EI..tlon. of 111.Bl feet run thence Contalnlna0(162 acres more or IS T. t B., R. 23 E. at a NIC corner. of said 80. iii.I cause, via, :. A.* right of way. and. t"e heard at CHARLESBy A. It8l.
TELEGRAPH Precinct No. T-Reno, northeasterly, north and northwesterly less, exclusive. of existing road point HAS.66 feet southerly from I Containing 0.B47 acre. more or borrow pit and drainage .-..H..- plin .. duslunated of are CLRRK Oil' THIS DARay
R. J. ":. High School' Jenkln A along said curvethrough right of way. the NW corner nf said Sea 3ft, less, exclutve of, existing. roadright ment for a portion of acid You. and each to you.appearby mURT. IN AND ClRCt"lT
r Pine ireets, "tarke" Florida.. a total central angle or'' OWNIOU BY : rsom. .7. Johnson run thence N. Br: 61" HI.. of way. State }Road Bradford Count) hereby commanded to the ''RR1Ar.roRD( FOR
Election Precinct No. II-Sea- 33 deg 27 00" a distance of and/or Elmlra' MoClendnn.WHO 81! .11I feet run thence N A7I.... Florida and that the Honorable. filing an Answer thiscause FLORIOA .
HKKOI.I"noM TO AMHNIHM" '' onrd. Armory Bulldlnir Florida 177.5feet to the end of said ISO.I/ Illwht of War Id' B3" M.CNI.47 feet to the OWNED BY: Enoch Strong and Gorge 1* Fatten. one of theJudge. Petition heretofore riled In I Chart A.
KOI.I THIX A* tWHV11EI) AMUAMIOPTKO National OuHixl, North Temple. curve, run thence N. 01 deft 11' That of liearlnnlna- a curve concaveto Anita Strong, his wire, AI- of the Circuit Court In In the entitled Court on DarbyClerlr
: IIV 110 til It Of'OI part : on... Strong Jesse. Wlga-lns., ; October 10. U811. to .
; before
Avenue. Starke, Florida. 10" W. 1.I6R.8B feet to the beginning the NW having a radium of the Eighth Judicial Clruult .r
1.01. 10 and 11, Pettsvllle '
4. VI'Y r 01MIMMIONHHM. : Of" according Alice Smith; Susan Jane wh..t right title Interestor (SEAL
t'I'HTIF''I'1r. chow
of a curve concave to 477.46 feet nip' thence northeasterly Florida will on the 22nd day
till tl"KOIII> "'01 MTV. FI.OH- A. DAItnY. a.CI"r'c to plat recorded, In Plat northwesterly Smith of at Men you or any of You Rugene: 1:!. IIha...,
CHAHUKH the easterly having a radius ofH84.93 north and September A. D. 196S.
lit *. UVI'KO'' IKMHMII: 3.I Circuit. Court of honk I I. Page 19 of the public TAKE NOTICE that Declaration 10-30 I have In and to the abovedessulked County Attorneyfltarke
of the o'clock
feet, run thence north along said curve! througha. a : A.M. In the Bradford -
I IMI1I, .'..:H.I.I'"\U TO DHFI1N ,- records of Bradford County I show cause Florida
Bradford County Florida and westerlyalong ald curve total central. angle of 91 degn.T of Taking has been filedIn County Courthouse, at I land, and and
1111 MIIKH AM IIKM.ClillllNn : ClArk of.1! the Hoard of Florida the above-styled by mall I why the s'Lm.. .hould not be Bruce J. Daniel!
.x-otTiclo through an angle of 02 dog 119'! 21" a distance of 77407 cause Starke. Florida consider
'' r.ylnjr each side of
II V ltOI'M> %ltloivrv County Commissioners.. Hrnaford 13" a distance of 3B.04 feet to. and within feet to the end of said curve the Petitioners, the acquiring Declaration of Taking' appoint I taken for the uses. and pu..po."pI *- Holland Building1'
A. ( 'O/MI.rlVIIt. HIMIIM'rlll'TM AOOK I County. Florida. 110 HERKBY the north line of said Section 40. ''feet Road of the survey line o6'State run thence N. 06 deg 33 28" WlU.71 authority of these proceedings, appraisers' .., and make auch Order ,..., f..rth In the Petition/ Tallahassee., Florida'
1:1.1:1"1'111I'HICI1"1'M. I 'I'IIRV It CERTIFY that the attached 26, at a point x26.8 feet w."t- said Section I250D-26DI) feet ti> the north line of for the taking of. the abovedearrllted a* the Court deem prnpirAll I I I rll..rI. lI..r"ln. or Counsel for the Petltionre,
I .r.n.FU"'I'III.. : Tun .-<.ITOK ,. a-nd ret. forejrolna-copy of. a I I.Resolution a. .true and adopted cor-. erly from the NK corner of said follow survey: line being describedan said "Section 3.1 at a point land for the purpose', parties. to :h. cult. and all 1+i vV.TNKSei mytand. and the 1/' oft30

l' IIHI>H-OHI>, MTtrn of the Board of CoiintvCoinmliwloners I .
Fifth I...,. I ;of Bradford -
WHEREAS; on the 8rd day of County Florida at.a peclaj called ,
b December IHrt.1, the Board at meetlnaheld.. on Tuesday. J
1 .'....nty Commlselonera of Brad-. September, 14. D1I5.. and appearing .
ford County Florida adopted a of record. In :Minute' Book 11 .f.(
Resolution, with amendmentsdrfinlnt or the Hoard of County Commissioner ".-
by number and describing of Bradford. County ,. ".-'
by boundary the County .
I'ommlwsloner District/ One ((1)) Florida.11'110 KHS MY HAND AND I I"i.. "".." .'.
thru Five (0)( ) and the eloctlonineilncts OFFICIAL BEAU al Starke. .".
therefor of the County Bradford County Florida. this / {: .

and.,.f Bradford, State of Florid. 14(8KAL day )of September A. D. ISiiS. <. : FOOD FAIRPRESENTS /' .,

WHEREAS, Maid Resolution CHARLES A DARBY : l
defined numbered and described. Charlen A. Darby Clerk of the .
by boundary County Cominlsdinner Circuit Court., .nd e -orriclo ,
.* Blandlnaand Cornmlslonere *- ,
District S- Clerk. Board of County
In complulm-e with the provisions Bradford County. Floe
of Chapter 124. Florida. lda-
"Statute further eub-dlvldi'fl( 9/ 16- 4t 10/7 r
Maid County Commissioner District -
Into three ((3) election .
Itreclncts an follows: iv TIIR" I IMI ir Coin orTUB "
Election.: Precinct. No. 7-Reno KHJHTII ...-IIAI.. CIMI *.
Klectlnn. Precinct No. g_....- .' IT IM. AND KOIl ''''AD-
board 4Kit'i'tlnn FORD OI-:>..TV, FI.OHIUA. AN EXCITING
; Precinct No 9- KeyMiine i, \w ><.. win i. \
I ho said precinct. heln* PA HTM: KNT OF .
wholly" ciinlliied. wilhln' .Hliuiiiiilurlcs i FLORIDA .:.
nf .I'nunty, m.01"i an Agency of the
"doom, Ilial' rill I No '. 'nl,, i"IKboundaries I I State of Florida
.. fur rush I... Inkimi/ and NEW
,Hi nliirn' IFHI| i rII' .i-d. .ii siinl. BRADFORD COUNTY
Mtiliittnn/ mt/ ",,".' f'M-' .i> tt- a Political Subdivision
.,.r. and of the State of Florida.
\\ II KKK.AM:I the mild H'.nrd < l Petitioners, NOTICE
Cnmity ConiiiilHslniiHrs"' of l i-r."l! OF RULE I.
ford, County. Florida with the v. NISI;
....iimnieniliilloii and approval' of ANITA STRONG et ai., FALL
I tin. MtipirvlBor. of Klurllons! efendunt
di'i'in It In I I''111' public. Interest tit NOTICE: OK RHI\RMT I)OMtIV -
a III"'ml the Imuniliirlrs/ nf I Kli>itlnii FRO('EBni'\ OlIN
,1'ri'i..Ini-l, No 7 IJenn: andHI. i Till-: NAME! ANI! HY THRAUTIIOHrTY
: i i Inn/ J'rerlui't, S... S--Senij'iuil OF THE 8TATK:
,, 'In/ '''"II'Y CominlHHloli.iHlri. .. ''*'' OF FM.rilDA. "'.

/.' .'I No, :.1 -Illunilmtf.NOW. .I'U Al.l. WHOM: IT MAY SERIES
: 'Kl: > bv thin liodv the l lb. and l parties clalmlna- or havlnit "" '
..,mil. of County Commissioner* I I any right. title Interest estate. .
.Hr !the I, County of Bradford. Hint*I j I' mortgage or other. lien to or on L ',:
of Florida. .8.. np..rlHl: clilli'ilme. I those certain. parcel of .land l
time .duly assembled. that hereinafter diwcrlbed. and the
Mn, It..Resolution' amended of following persons. together with OF
t thin body dated December :'A all unknown persons claiming.
I inns, lie herewith amended, as by through or under known dl4. / -
follows: persons who are dead or who __
1 Mv utrlklnjr I from page t\vf\ v"e. L
: : are not known to be dead or
.15)) ikf Hald Kesulutlon u* umenilied
(the boundary description. of :
.ertliiii SWUMI-XMI/ / I llrnilforilt'nanfy
Mli-i. linn I'rechict No. 7Itnnaand ; ,
",..m.. A Ail.lrenses .
In lluu thereof I the bound G
be dtMcrlhed.. follows! UntilMae Heath Buster
arles to as .
Kli'i'tlon:.. Precinct No. 7-Renikoiiimenrlng Address, Unknown 1
of SRD 102.1 ..
< at the point --.t.
intersection of Market Road Pauline Heath Finn ...,.
with the Airline Halll l Address. Unknown .. r. '1IIIJ !tI.t-

toad" thence run "Houth-rly alonglh / SRI 102.1 I I.. .
Albert Heath '
.. Seaboard Airline Railroad
lo Its Intersection with VVcldoitStreet Address Unknown '
thence run Easterly. alone* HUD 102.1 ,_.
Weldon.. Street to Its Interim-Hurt James C. Heath "
with Water Street, thence run' Address. Unknown :
Southerly" along Water Htreet SHU 102.1R. 8 GAMES
to Its Intersection with State J. Heath
head No. in (Urownlee Streets, Address Unknown
thence run ,,:...1"1'11' along State "HRD 102.1 : .
Itoad No. 18 (Urownlee Street) J.VI.cln..
t u. KM intersection with the Old 117 Manhattan. Avenue
Ijiwtey. hood. thence run North New York New York -
",-11' along' Old L.awtev Road to SRD 1B0.1 AND 96 -
KM. Intersection with Cruinstreet Arsola Heath Holloway.
thence run Easterly Address Unknown
along' Crum Street to it. Inter SRD 102.1 a
Hetlon with the Easterly: : A
.boundary of the City of Stark, horn J. Johnson .
thence run North along Kasterlr.:. Address I Unknown' '
boundary of the City of Mlarke HRD 121.1 / '
t In Its Internoctlon with the Alon..a Strong /I/ r: ; WAYSTO I
Mouth boundary line of the 19 South 17th Street w: ( \
Northwest quarter, (4NVV >4)) of Kami Orange, N. J. /
Hoi t Ion. 22. Township II Mouth SRI 160.1 1J 1/." ..
Range. 22 (ICast. thence run West* Alice SmithAddreas ,; :f'" ,t, .'. r. ... *
erly' along said Moutrrvftoundafyline Unknown ; }th... .vr e. .*' \ (If) ._ 01' e.f'J1.'M. \ .eI n kae ..11I. aM "' ,
,; *" SHD 150.1 .-.. !: '" -._4Ai: 1 ,.,.-.r ";If"r.I. ; ". T7'
of Northwest quarter A ...:,,:::.. .. "... : .
(;NW '4)) of HiH-llon 22- Township Susan Jane Smith J""r. ,, .,;.) : '' H
._.. : : .t'l. ": "
U Mouth. Range with 22)J R8li1't It.Intersncllon : dress Silt Unknown 160,1MRD / .. ,. tII ''t. ; .. )i '''+ .. ,
lii mil. run thence Northerly '"2.1 Right. of Way ". j 'fi' ''''''.i' i ..' .

:liloiiK" did Ijiwtey. :Hnnrt'to Its That part of: .* .. '';'W. .:' ..:. .
I.u 1 1r HIM"tlon i with' Market Bond All that portion of the following ; 't.. y
1i'j'i IIFl.e'trttu
,run thence Westerly along. said described. piece of. property w1 +
Market. Xnad to Maid point of that He West of the H. A. 1. ::1r".;! ,:" ...! .,\ "': '.
hi-Klntilnit., Railway to-wlt: ..;t\ .': 'f
2 liy Htrlklna from 'liil'ae five ... '. ." ".j.
Commence at the RR corner of
ll' >) of sold IteBiiliitlon. amended ','q ,",'II ... l .,;. Of
a. .
NW /, IL' NW 44 8eo. H. T. 6 1'1.. ..,
< : ;
the .
boundary destrlpllun of : .
R. 22 K.. and run North 330 ft. t .,. .. I
Election; F'reclnct No. X- Hea'liouid. '- for a point of beetnnlna-; thencerun t" J.1,1' .
and In lieu tberent. the West 640 ft., thence run -' : :: : 'J. '1'
bi.undarles In be duncrlbed IK ': .. .
North 4.10 feet thence run East .. ," .. .
follows: .} \ (; "' .' 1.
840 feet thence run South 460 .< .. >..
MS.Commence: feet to the Point of Beiflnnlntf ., .. : :..
Lying (1)) North of and within I .JtJ.! '. ;:
it thei. point of Inctereection 411 feet and ((2) south of and : '. ': .
of the North line of within 33 feet. of the survey ;
TownHhlp 6 Mouth and the Heanourd line of "State Road. .S."U..n2I1 '.
Airline Ita Ilrl.aub, ihcnce O .2801. .said survey line briInif ..
"run Southerly along. the Hea-
described 1 follow '
us :
board. Airline Its llroad, to Its Beirlnnlna- the. west line of ;... ,t' ... .. I,.' 'J" .>\ .
Intersection'! with Market Hood. ., lI..cllnn 36. T. & S.. H. 22 K, ata \ : .. .. .
theiicu run Kasterly: alonaMai,"- point 660.66 ft. southerly. ." >;!' .. / ..<. '
Met Uoud to hue I nterse. < from the NW of said \
corner "
Old bawey )toad., thence run \.' .. -
Section KB. run thence N Mil .. .. ...I.h...........' '.." ''f l.
Southerly along old .. .
Ijiwtey .
Road to It. Intersection de. 63' 5.1" E. 8U6 10 ft., run 't!' .. ,' I ,. .... ''t.. ; ,
with the < t" ..r.
thence N. 17 dea" 19' B3" E. .r
Mouth 'hounilary' ( line of the
14HI.47 ft. to the of ; r ..
bea-lnnln- a
Northwest : 4
quarter (NWS of :
M.a.tion fi. curve concave. to the NW havlnir : } FOR.t ; i
.ow..hlp I e South.
KaiiM-e 23 Kut.:. thence run ICantJrly a radius of 477.4rt ft., run thencenurthea.t.rly You LIKED ITyoU} ASKED .
< along nld South boundary(' north and northwesterly .. .
SOJtitipS "
( ) of Section' 22'luwnehlp through a total" central angle of .. BINGO IS BACI''t' : ..

8 InlernxctliMi boundary"Mouth. Run of (the.?with, 24 City: tlie I'a..t: of 1 Kanterly Starke to It., 02 774 dew.07.., run ft.B3', thence 21 to1 the a N.end distance oil dear of. ..audpurr. af2H" of:: FOR ANOTHER EXCITING ROUNDI"! :"I=:..M"u".: ':

W. 112.71 ft. to the north '
thence Wmitll" .
run along the Kas.terly '
line of uld Sec. 36 nt a point WIN YOUR '
Imutulary of "
Mturke to Its Intersection the City with of 242. ft. westerly from the NK Come !in & pick up your Bingo Game Booklet. .: : '
'rum Street' thence corner of said Sec 36,
run Wester
ly along Ciuin" with"Street old to' I\vtcy It.. Intemoctlon Containing less., exclusive 0,.B39 of acres eiletlnv more road or It contains 8 games of Bingo worth up to $1,000 / t .. "")

hued thence run Moutheily' r/w. in cash. Every time visit Food Fair
OWNED flY Albert Heath you you
alonglid/ 1 l awtev Road to It. ,
Inlerxectlon with "Stale Uiwd No Paulina Heath Klnn. Hut- will receive a free brown Bonus SHARE OFFABULOUS r'
IK (Urownlee Htreet) thence run tie Mae Heath. Baxter Bingo prize slip ,. '

Katiteily along mate Road 1 No 111 l.lllle L.onaKlonnr. : Ma. wash- '
bearing It
: a
; : off patch. conceals' the
Hrownlee( Street ) to Its Interoectlon rte Heath and Chile heath .
with Water Street her husband Arsola. heath ,
identity of the, to which the -
thence run Northerly along Holloway, R. J. Heath. game slip applies .
Water Street to its Intersmtlonwith James I.'. Hesth.Hint and .
the number & letter
Weldon Sreet. thence run I''".I Illahl ef Way of that particular / ., ,
\Vet-terly citing Weldon.. Stnvt. That part of: "
to It. Intersection with the ,Seabourd Commence at the NPJ corner of sam*. When your game slips have enabled 1\ -
Airline ItHllriwd.. thence N..r.: NW 4 or SKI: for a
run Southerly. along. HealMiard. place of beginning run thence you to make Bingo horizontally vertically or
Airline Uallroad to It. Intersection West 7ft feet, thence run aonth.erly .
with Urownlee. "Street 139 feet, thence run ":a"t. diagonally/ on any gam, you win a cash prize.'
thence run Westerly along erly 76 feed thence run North CAS H ORSTAMP
llrownlee Street to It. Interawtlon ISO feet to the Point of Ileflnnlnv -
with Temple. Avenue (State lying and being In NB r;
Itniul No. 200))) thence rUII"ollth..rly corner of NK" of NWV'. of Ml14 Each week ,the Food fair ads will contain.

alongTemple AvenUeto Section, 2*. Township 6 South
It. Intersection\ with AilklnsHtreet Range II Bait Bonus Prize Slips such as those below._clip '
thence run Kasterly Lyingweaterly of and within
along Adkln. Htreet till Its Inc 40 feet of the survey line of 'them out now. Don't miss a single chance / 1111 c
eraectlon with the Seab
Hallroad along. th..l1oul'Thence run
.lackMon Railroad! Street to Its Interewtlon thence 10nsterly with: llea-lnnlna". on the south line of Merchants Green; Stamps. Pick up your Bonus .
run Set-lion >X>$. T. 5 8.. It. 12 IC.. at rC
the Southwest along Jackeon t'orner Street of led to a point 2412.3 ft. west from theMouthea.t Bingo Booklet at Food Fair G get started today I <

Kluht: (AI. Uhinillnw' Siibdlvlalon.' corner of. said 1 Section PRIZES I !
<*ontlnulnaBaNterly. along the 2t run thence N. OB dear
33' 18W.
South )line of I.t l Kltfbt: (9)) TU.e feet to the -
Hlandlnir Muhdlvlstt to Its Intersection beginning of a curve ooneate
to the HK: having a radius of
iKhence run with Easterly! Alllirator along Canal thecouree. 477.4 feet, run thence north OVER $45,000 IN CASH OR MILLIONS

westerly: north and northeasterly .e.e.e-_ ...
1 of AlllBstor Canal tt. Its I'r

Intersection';"nnc'.arr'n.: :: with theTlty South the alone of. Kasterly Starke the, 41 total.."along a central distance.said angle curve of 711.10 of througha 13 feet deg !I X3XINTOOtltlXK oivmrs i r.8.; ; : 1' ;(;;;--1; ; OF MERCHANTS( GREEN STAMPS

l-ujfterly boundary line of the to the end of said cures, run I o : ]BXYa.c> : -
City of Mtarke to Ite Intersection thence N. II deg lo' la" E. these a LIP ; ; P Itlza stir : PRIG
with rnate Road No 210 t !!JII.I 174.1* feet to the bealnnlna- of I / i 1 aLIP ;! $1000 GAME
Call Street. ), thence run Eaetrrlalonar y a curve concave to the NW having ( WIN $1000 IN CASH OR SOG.$ OO STAMPS <
State Hoed 230 to It. Inc a radlue of 477.44 feet run lIps to help4you 1 $1000 $500
ersectlon. with the BradfordClM.y thence northeasterly, north and I $500 I 100 GAME WIN $500 IN CASH OR 35O.OOO STAMPS

North along County the line.UrexlfordChtyCounty thence run through northwesterly a total along central ald' curve angle win. ; GAME I O GAME i i .CAMElN2 $100 GAME WIN $100 IN CASH /. OR 5O.OOO STAMPS

line to the North line ot .f II deg 04' 19"! a dl.tanc. of ?
Tnwimhtp- ft" South thence run UI."$ feet to the end of said 0-4 : 0-1 : : : $50 GAME. WIN $SOIHCASH..OR 2S.000STAMPS

Wee along the North IIn.' ot curve, run thence N. 00 deg S4 : .
Town chip I South to lie I Inter- 0(" W. 1.010.44 ft. to the beginning : :! $20 GAME WIN $20 IN CASH OR 10.000 STAMPS
.w-I'on' with the aboaMi Air- of a curve concave to theSE
line. Railroad the- said point of having a radius of III Bl 1 i i $10 GAME WIN $IOINCASH..OR Jooo.ST'.PS'

bealnnlnrUtH! IT FURTHER. rU )[.V'D: north ft., run.and thence northeasterly northwesterly along : : 1 i i i I\ $S GAME WIN $S IN CASH OR 7 00 STAMPS'
'r that In accordance with the said g. ,
through total
curve a
central : .
provision* of Chapter 33, _'II..n angle of II deg B.' 6(" .. 3 .: I' J (I $.1 GAME WIN $1 IN CASH OR 500 STAMPS
Statute 1X3 the .
f 9* Oil Florid' distance of 4BT.14 feet to the end .

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SIXTEEN1 Ap oag. .- 'waoau. ......IPI. PUMMDA THVRqDAY. SEP?. 39. isssI

Indians Lose the goal line for their fInal I books and is now hanging li day School Woncera. There i la also included a Post- Junior College In Palatka. ing the. new building program, homemade Ice cream and

score of the game. our cafeteria. Then Janie called MELROSE A covered dish luncheon was Inquirers' Group, which will ROTARIANS HEAR the church organ will be removed shared It with. some late com

Home GameFrom Brokas for the Indians grabbed on Carol Warren who li served Thursday night. Bob meet at 8 p. m. in the Vicar: McGRIFF and repaired and store era: Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smithof

V. t.he' ball on Greenville' our Student Council Sec.- Scarborough of Gainesvillewas age on the first Sunday of Perry McOrlff Jr., son of until the new sanctuary i ill Starke and Billy Cheshireand

( Page 13J] return kick, ran It back up Treas. She gave a speech. on Continued I From Page 131] guest speaker and brought each month. to continue deeper Mr. and Mrs. Perry McOrifl: completed sister, Camille Universityof

hot' at this point with the Indians field, passed It 36 yards to the school activities Including Homemaker Club a message about, witnessing. inquiries Into questions of' Gainesville, and' former outstanding Sunday Oct. 3. is i Rally Day Florida students from

determined to hold the Cooper who made a hard di'ivln all clubs and sports. Mrs, Elects Officers MethodistThe raised liV' Inquirer's Classes. baseball player with for the Sunday School at 9:3: Pompano Beam.

Pirates. Then Green vUle was I try for another Keystone Hernandez, our music teacher., Mel Homemakers Parsonage Committee Covered! dish suppers are the University of Florida was a. m, William Warren Is general Mrs. Edna Klnrhen was In

penalize! 15 yards for Interference | T. D. in the last seconds of led us in a selection of BOngS ,elected The) rose officers at their reported that proceeds from scheduled for October 2(1( and the featured speaker at the superintendent with Cat Ocala for an ovei night jaunt

On the next play i 'play. Cooper mlntit have madeI as she accompanied us. The first meeting new of the season the bake sale held Saturday November 17. at 6:30: p. m. in Friday Rotary Club luncheon. Darden as assistant and Mrs. 'I last week. It was a combined

Oieenvllle received another I It was a good play. But cheei learfea's.\ led us In dome elected have exceeded 14500. The I the Parish House. A film. McOrlff spoke on athletics Barry Wyman as superintendent pleasure ani business: trip.
last Those
A. penalty for Illegal procedureI I the clock \rant out. cheers and we aU yelled as Thursday. Committee wishes to thank "Split Level Family" will" be and Christianity and the effect of the chU ren's Mrs. Price President -
I ;! delay of \the !frame Things | Keystone Statistics. loud as we could. Mr. Benson were: Polly vice. everyone who helped to make shown at the October supper, on a student's life when The Executive Board of have called Inquiring about
Mra. Grace
r wore\ looking/ Rood at this point Passes 12: 6 complete, 6 ended the assembly and dismissed ; Mrs. Ed Perry Simmons this bake sale such a success and the meeting is scheduled he has close ties with the Church Women met Sept. 27. your carrier Jeffs eyes. It was

president; The WSCS the Parsonage to end 7:45 Womenof church. A member of First Important dates discovered
for the IndIans. But Oieenvllle incomplete.First us and) by : p. m. to keep In that he had an

t recovered their lost yardage downs: 5 rushing:, 2 Asst. Principal And Secretary: Mrs. Marguerite Committee of the Church the Church Day Group will Baptist Church int Gainesville, mind are as follows:' Genera ulcer on the cornea of his eye
Shroeder Treasurer
with a puss caught by : passing. III* Family Background/ ; Mrs. Lou last week placed new furnlturaand1 \ meet on the first Wednesdayof \ McOrlff has been active in tho Meeting of Church Women, and he has been under the
t: Jones who went all the way : Yards gained -60 rushing Hubert D. White was born A. delegate! ; and Mrs.and : a rug in the living room each month at 10:30: a. m. youth activities and taught Oct. 4. at 7:30.: Mrs. NntleStitchberry. I care of aa opthalmologlst in

for the Pirate's second score 'I S3 passing. In Roberts Dale, Ala. He graduated tieusurer Alderman delegate of the Parsonage. a l designated. places with the Sunday School there. 1st vice president Gainesville With careful ad-

i Greenville ran the extra point Fumbles: 1 recovered by from Holmes Theological Several meetings were held Evening Group meeting on the The luncheon meeting set andJ) program/ chairman, has heteence to 'a medicine routine
A demonstration
D The second halt saw Greenville 1 Keystone 1 recovered by I [ Seminary In Oreenvllle, S. was ,givenby Tuesday. At 7:00: p. m. the first Thursday at 8 p. m. Mission for tomorrow has been chang- arranged to have both the every one hour during; the day

attain hampered by penalties i Greenville. C. with a TUB Degree. He Mrs. Price showinghow to Commission on Worship met Board i is.scheduled for the ed from the> Masonic Hall to Spiritual Life and program as and every two hours duringthe
match colors the
I In their drive up field I I Penalized -15 yards. also /graduated from Alabama next home. The 4th' At 7:30: the Commission on isecon-J Wednesday at 8 p. m., fiddler's Restaurant, and will one. ;Next Monday: night Mrs. night for the.past week we

after4 taking the opening kick. I Tackles! Stefan Biokas College in Montevallo, Ala. meeting wUl be the Stewardship and, Finance" met. end choir practice is regularlyheld be open to all Rotary Anna. A. C. Holt will lead the de- happily but sleepily' report he

Mike MurrheeV Interception -I I 12; Johnny Moon. 10: Gary and:! has done giaduatewoik Thursday LibraryFor in October. At 8:00: the Official Board held at 7 p. m. on each Thurs, I' Speaker will be Oator baseball votionals. followed by a. teenage Is out of danger. He has a scar

for the Indians of a Cooper. 7, Mike Murrhee, 6. In the University of Florida. a meeting in the Educational day. Mission Board meetingsare coach Dave Fuller, who program arranged and left on the cornea, but not In
Oreenvllle pass set up a series'I Carried ball 70 times. Ball He played in his school band of you who are Building. > open to aU parlshlone.s, will give an additional' demonstration presented, by Misses JanIe Mc- the line of \lsion' so right now
not familiar
with the Melrose
of plays highlighted by a 17 I canters: Cooper. 23 yards, 6 and in last week's assembly he Sunday, November 28, at with voting restricted to the of thn isometric exercises Murtry and Patty Shaugh- our hopea are that he will have

yard spiral from Brokas to carries; Biokas.. 17 yards. 3 was a cheerleader.[ In his college Public Library I thought I 2:00: p. m.
Cooper which put Keystoneover I can'leII. work he was very activeIn would: Insert a little informa the dedication of the Melrose I Bishop.St. 17 before the Rotarlans. Trustees will also meet on caused misfortune.' Our humble
for their first score of the Greenville Statistics, dramatics and chorus. His It Is located between, the Methodist Parsonage by William's There has ON TilE ROAD Oct. 4 at 7:30: p. In. thanks for youi' concern.

season with Cooper kicking Pa&es19: 3 complete. 15 wife is. Mrs. Nell White and Bishop James W. Henley. been a change In Sunday More -visitors' In Keystoneare The Roy Griffins and we
Trinity Episcopal Church and I
the extra poInt.Keystone's I incomplete. 1 Intercepted. this i three children are Nancy. the Parish House'. Sponsored Mass, which will now be held Mr. and Mrs. George Millers took our trio of .....tld"Indians"

T. D. seemed to First downs15 rushing, 2 10; Darrell 8.: and Mary, 4. at 9:15: a. m. The services in Mack, close friends of the
by the Melrose Woman's Club INDIAN and went to thetoble"
make the determined Pirates passing./ His wife wall bom In Wlnston- KEYSTONE.HILITES Starke at St. Edward's are' Wally MuhJhofers when they I BEACH up
the library Is from 2:00p. the St. John's River
open : on -
Salem scheduled for 8 m. and: at lived In Chicago who
even more determined and In Yards gained 284 rushing N. C a. now live
m. until 5:00: m. Tuesday I for an outing; on Saturday.
a barn-barn series of plays 49 passing. Nancy In now in the 5th p. 11 a. m. I in| Macclenny.! In Ft. Lauderdale and who
through Saturday. We crabbed ;n the afternoonand
they rammed theiray down Fumbles 2. grade and does work at the \ Confirmation service la visited the Muhlhofers last (Continued From Page 13J]
Besides the books In the library ahi imped in the evening.Betty .
field for a touchdown. Penalized-75 yards. library after school. Darrell Is slated for 8 p. m. Sunday at weekend on a trip around the future assignment In
there is also the serviceof Norfolk, whipped; up a wonderful
On the return Oreenvllle In the 3rd'' grade and helps all the Santa Fe Bookmobile [Continued From Page 131 St. Edward Confirmees air state.Visiting. Va. Mrs StrandbergU sister- Kitful of crab ahala and we

Bide kicked and McOulre recovered PEACE PIPEPATTER he can! In school. Mary will be twice to be in their placed not later her daughter Carol, in-law. Mr. Velma Loynes, had meal the
monthly. The librarian returned to Keystone after I our evening on
the ball for the Pirates starting school next year. than 7:45: p. m., with adults and her children was Mrs. daughter .
also has the privilege/ of obtaining spending: a week at their homeIn Dorothy and grandson banks. We had taken camping
who in a fast series of Nancy and Darrell are both kneeling/ Immediately behind Edward Bleha. who traveledto
came from
books from the State Naples, which we under- over Gainesville Ife&r and had our first Miller
out the going to Keystone Elementary.They ha children. North Dakota, occasioned '
plays gunned Keystone to
I Continued1 From Page 131 Library In Tallahassee when stand is where. all good! Keystone visit for awhile also. family camp-out. V,hat an experience -
moved here by the Illness of who
from Carol
defense and drove to POI.tSt.
over There
will be Otis
no confessions Melton
special requests are made. fishermen go'for their a very !good \ 1 We very thoroughly
again, missed the extra Joe, Fla.and now live hereIn formerly lived In Keystone.
roore preserved. It had been In friend of
the Any responsible preson may annual snook .fishing trip. before Sunday Mass; Instead, MJke Chltty's. was enjoyed this, ant::: si icerely believe -
side kicked and Keystone on Orove Ave. I
point again
Parade of Roses many years use the facilities of the Library Mrs. Albert Bachmann is In they are scheduled for Saturday over from. Hampton and spent that the family who

mauled their way back over ago, was used in our first year They enjoy living here In Keystone Many school students I the weekend with Mike and prays together and plays! to-
Appleton, Wis., a trip occas- -I NEWS NOTES
finding It nice and from 5 to 5:30: p m. Duelag his
come to the library to study.It toned by the death of her family, Mr. and Mrs. ether-STAYS tojcevher. Why
friendly October the Rosary will be
is supported through brother James Chitty and Wayne.Jamcs' not give it a try?
Mr. White and Mr. Benson R. A. DIttmer. Her siaer. recited during the Novena (Continued From Page 131 I
Area Morning! Worship 11 80
Keystone a* m. funds from the county and Mrs. Helen Dlttmer also of year old grandmother.

[INurserr open both hours] taught school[ together one contributions. Any contributions Keystone, was In Appleton at Service each Monday evening. tentlon to the brick trim on Mrs. Chitty. and daughter,

Church year at WestwooJ Junior High of' CARD OF THANKS!; the windows. He was the con- MaUls of Bonlfay have
ServicesBaptist -Epl coal money\ or books la ap the time of her other's ooss- recently -
schoo,. In Gainesville Fla .e Is preciated.Mrs. Ing. Mr. arid:!, Mr J. O. Hanson tractor for the church building spent some time visit

St. Anne's Rev. W. W. now our new assistant principal Albert Spires Is the librarian I wish to' thank their numerous in its initial phase and ing here. You should have

Worstall. vicar; R. O. Copeland Is also teaching Juniorhigh Another sad note waa heardIn friend who sent cards called these
and Mrs. R, L. Smith said bricks were made In heard Cricket "chirping"
organist.' math. and is co-eponsor la chairman oJ the Library Keystone with the passing and furnished transportation Keystone the base material about the lovely crochet gilt.

First\ Baptist Rev. J. D Morning Prayer and Sermon of the Senior Class. The Board. of Levy Canova. father of for them both during hk Illnesses being coquina rock. a native Mrs. Chitty had made and

Bowen pastor: Ralph Copeland 2nd and 4th Sundays Whites are members of the Society of Neighbors Community Church choir In the Lake City Veteran of Florida. brought wlUi her. Imagine! at

organlat. 9:30: a. m. (nursery open.l I Pentecostal Holiness Church.He Elects Officers member George Canova. whose ,' Hospital and at Alachua Early Monday morning the tht{ ag.. and still wonderfullyactive.

services Holy Eucharist and says that in anything he wife, Joan., is organist there. General
Worship : Sunday, sermon. The Melrose Society of Hospital In Gainesville church interior- wan. dismantled .

11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. (nursery 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A. does he is going to give It his Neighbors met Friday at the Cancellation of the carol choir during the summer and some furnishing were Mr. and Mrs. Art Wheelerand

open I. Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. M, 1 nursery open)I. Church best) Melrone Public Library and practice was made due to the months. Mr. Hanson Is recovering moved to the educational: Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James Charley

Sunday School 9:45 School. 9:30: A. M. Euchaiist Both Mr. and Mrs. Whiteare funeral services being ache- well and should
: a. m "Holy elected officers for !the coming rt'8umehis building where some will be met two other couplet, from
[nursery open). Training. Union 8 a. m. each Sunday" members" of the PTA. uled for that afternoon. Mr. attendance at the.monthjy used and others stored until Orlando In OaJnesvllle on E.
6:30: p. m. I nursery open]. Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M. Last Friday nlijht Keystone year.Those elected were Mr... W. Canova, a member of a council meeting I the new sanctuary Is com Saturday. These! four genial

each Sunday. EYe 6:30: P. M. played its first home game pioneer> Starke family, was well ,
CatholicSt. L. Brinson President; Mrs. COLLEGE: CALL pleted. Two Sunday School couples had tickets for the Johnsabout
each SUnday. and was defeated1! by thevisit' known by many Keystoners.
: Ovid Two FSU students were services and the will Florida-Mississippi
Oano Secretary and nursery game in
Williams Pi'. ThomasKelly
In- Dally offices' of Morning: ing Greenville. Pirates 7-34. Treasurer; and Mrs. Albert and the area\ will suffer a back In town last 'weekend be held In the church parson adjoining seats *nd enjoyedthe :
oharge Mrs.
; and EvenIng Prayer, 8:00: A. Following the game there I great Ions at his passing. with their families The church thin question:
visIting age.
E. A. Lamm. organist. Spires. 'Mrs. W. 0..Preston, SMALL'WORI.D pews. carpetIng --even If their
M. and 5:00: P. M. was a' dance featuring the and Mrs. R. F. Simmons, custodians. They were Lorraine Dey <. and the chancel furnfeh-. favored!! team wall defeated.
Masses! : Sunday, 9:15: a. m. Coachmen and sponsored by Picking up the morning "The $25,833; : verdict awarded -
daughter> of the Joseph Dey trigs were purchased by a Baptist You should have an occas-
ions 5 to 5:30: m. each Saturday -PresbyterianFaith edition of an area ,
p. the Seniors newspaper in Injury
boating -
: Container. were placed in O'f' Lake Brooklyn; and Carol Church In Putnam Hall. ionalvisit with Mrs.; H. T a
Preltbytel1an'Church we read with interest plans for
Recorded' by: local stores for free-win\ Stephenson daughter' of K Novena and Benediction -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr minister con- orurtructlon of Tallahassee'slargest
Debbie Inklebarger tributions. .stone- Country. Club Pro and School caliMcs. except for the I with, no wonder her yard is that boating liability in-
Monday 7:30 Mrs. Call Swlaher and moot
: p. m. ; summeD expensive
Scottie Thomas Mrs. "[,ell" Stephen/ton. M n'8 CkiM will be held at always! fuU of cars with the I ranee ill muC'h' more important
/ organist: Richard Schne- The Melrose Society ofNelK'hbol'll apartment building\ slated to ,
InterdemoninatlonalCommunity Billy Sue Inklebarger 9:30: a. m. The nursery and constant she has.
Uncle Sam has reached a company to than the
berger, violinist. furnishes sick-room 600000. and! planned for carry
Church Dr number of the college students the MenVVOam will be In the Over the weekend several!
equipment to thoae who need one and, twobed1'QOllluxury all rUk coverage I hay
School. 9:45
A. C. Holt minuter Mrs. Sunday : a. m I parsonage Morning Worship members of 'her fsmlly and
; from our town. Including
It at cost to .
Ham. no the patient. apartments. We noted that the on the boat and motor.
George Canova. organlnt. Morning co-ship. Plastic Notebook $2.50 at the Robert Jackson, Jr.. IIOlor service will be held In the educational other relatives came for a
Boy Scouts architect 'for this
Sunday School, 0:30: ( a. m Sunday, (Nursery open, both TKI.Kr.UAPII.: behemothwas Maj. and Mrs. Robert C. Jackson & building'! at I 11 a. m barbecue. outing such as was Would about :3r a day buy
hours 1 I There will be a weiner roast none other than Mike The Men's Club held enjoyed! I Comprehensive Liability
I ; 'Butch1' POTC. son of the its first by: Mrs. Techla MeI
Adams son of Mr. and Mrs.
and swim at the home
party .
Everett Foxes; "Bubba" fall dinner meeting on Sept : Griff, Mr. and Mrs. ... W. !insurance for my active
Eilckson. Gordon Adams of Keystone.
of Bill Scoutmaster
forall : I Are we proud! I Moody son of Mr. and Mrs. 27. Guest speaker was Rev. A. i Murray. Jr. and Mr\ and Mrs. ;family from the Charley

Scouts Thursday night. Chester Moody: Mack Hall. E. Rather, who showed slideson F. W Murray. ST.. all of Jacksonville !John 'Agency
.. Many\ Scouts attended the HELPING HAND
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry the Indians in Panama. : Mr. and Mrs. John

/"i University of' FlorldiaMiMlurippi Last week the Keystonenews Hall; Rodney Paul. son of the where! he worked in the missionary I McCullouich. Mike an* Jane j
< \ State football game page( contained a story I E. Johns
II Carlton Paula; and "Buddy"Ouer1'1lll'Y. field of Central Keystone Heights; Mr. and
Saturday afternoon and served on the Keystone Heights Itlllh
. _, __ .on of Mr. and Mr.. America. Mrs. Keith Cheshire of Ala-I
an ushers. School Junior ClaM annual Agency
C. F. Guernsey, who took their The Carol Choir will hold chua. and Mr. and Mrs. Char-I
Woman' Club magazine ..lei which was un I It.. Evans of 131 S. Walnut St.
; pre-Induction physical last rehearsals after !school each I Oalnenrllle.! Later I

'NO FROST The Melrose Woman' Club derway. We were disappointed i I Friday. AU the foregoing are Wednesday.: with George lit the day. these folks enjoyed ': PHONE 961.0201

will hold its first meeting\ this to learn that less than one- ms: several'
\ students at St. Johns RiverAUTO Canova a* their leader Dur-, : na churns of
season at the Clubhouse! Wednesday third of the expected sales has ,

I __ materialized which ha. beena ..... .
) with October 6 at 12:00: ""' .
a --- --
noon. There will ''be a lunch- great disillusionment to the ===- __ =- -z:: ;;;

eon and a business meeting. youngsters, who rely on the

modernelectric Mrs. E. P. Richards.. Mrs. profits from these magazine
Murray Slpprell and Mrs. Ed subscription sales to pay for AREA

Allen will be hostesses. the Junior-Senior Prom and DIRECTORYMotorcycle
I. I
School News I to finance their class! trip .. '""
Student Council representatives when they become senior We = .

were chosen from several are certain) that there are a
refrigerator- : I AUTO SALES & ER VICE : *- ooter8Streit's
\ daMeS' last week. number of families in Key- SALES &: SERVICE

The seniors voted for senior stone whose subscriptions will
I A. & J. Saw Bicycle Shop
freezer I superlatives" last week for the expire within the next nix Motors Inc. Replicars Inc.

annual. Results will not be an- months or no There 'will not I Barkley & Mower Co. HONDA McYl'ORCTCl.Jl8Cusbinsa

\ ': nounced until a later date, be ,a duplication of subscription TRIUMPH Imported Car Specialist Joe An J n.r>n. Mrr.Ilomelite A TSPM SeestersDucaiI.BSAZ.napp
I however if you subscribe from a ,
FIATS Chain Sawn
The date that has been net junior clou member now. If 1II1XMAN *. SUNBEAM 1E&CtnI:8-BItNZ: : SALES A SKRVIC1S Motorcycle" *-OaiM A Berevi.SCUWDIN *

you give them your name address ALFAROMEOBaiePartaS.r BTCTOLES
for pictures to be taken for the 'OL'OWe St Parts All Makes
and subscription Information Repair Locksmith A Safe Work
schooL annual 1s Monday '
ftpertalls. to w" Gravrly. TnutnrA "Sale.
October 18. Parents are urged off the mailing label, ftrntr .1S W. fntrmltr AT*.
BALES A 115 8JB. Second St. Oln.svlll4AUTO
to see that their chUdren attend your mibacrlptlon! be addedon Factory Trained Mechanic 2023 N.E.: Blvd. Gainesville lahwwwt.*. 1'1.-""

school tills day so that after the expiration' of your CARS 1'''' 111-81 Phone 3T2-3AAS" !
their pictures will be available present subscription. They are 1M CLEAN JIM' Off Waldo Road PAINT &. CLASSLiddell
for the annual. offering some good bargains
2 BIO APPLIANCES IN ONE The Melrose Mustangs lost so give them your support Ootemrrtlto 17J-4311 SALVAfiE CONCFETE PRODUCTS Paint &

WITH 60% MORE FOOD SPACB their first football game when Some day you may be seeking --

BothaipaciouszarO.COIdfVeeuSS' ,. they played the Branson theirs. I S JEEP Glass Co.
Fasnlly of 4 Wheel Dme INSIST THAT( ALL YOUR
end a generous refrigerator without Eagles Friday night' The score CHURCH NEWSSt. CONCRETE PRODUCTS KYAMZE FAINTS

taking up any more floor space. NO MOREN wa., 32-22. This put their record Anne's The fall-winter RAMBLERAert0as : Paul's Auto SalvageWe ARE TIn: BEST ERased GUM Mbrrara SUdla 0..,.

than your old model refngarsto' MESS at one won and one loot. schedule' resumed last.' Sunday I Fined" economy Oar: Tab. 1lo.ane: lib...
Sat your appliance clatter now. They will be going after an- with the beginning of Church Salesi sad. Service.. Buy Wrecked' Cmi Al Door Wlnrfvw Awning -

PRICES' AMI CHEAPER THAIQ KVa* Frost-free In both the fresh-food, other win Friday night as they School on Sunday and! Mondays. Motor Co. TOP PRICESAD Supply, Inc. Carpool Wallpaper Star'

and' freezer tsction ., travel to Bell for their third The older children in the Ridgway fr nl CoaMlUlton.
Costs less to operate. 7Z< !S. M it -S7S-4I44
game of the Reason. nursery group will receive Instruction MakM A M.dcb U.. 116 N W. SUtfoentb BC
Five major rate reduction 1131 1' Main nkr'1vV1123: FT.A
Church News during the church Pane OAINKSVUJJT: 71-tt!
during \the part ten year ginssIh. ,11.,1
World Communion will be service at 9'30: a. m. The children GARDEN:
observed Sunday at the in grades 1-3 will attend B & G Motors Co. TwWTP"Y .-WeFind Will .- P1.ATINO="

Churches in Melro e. the worship service In the '
Any Fart Fw 1'_
r SUPERMARKET The Churches of Melrose church. leaving prior to the DADILLACOLDSMOU.ESALB Johnson & Paris, Inc. Ocala Chrome

-j. IN YOUR KITCHEN are helping a (MelroM family sermon for their claM study. : A SERVICE Gainesville 37-4SIS Plating Inc.
ICE CUBES Can Line of ,
of Used
FU-e Selection Complete
that WM( burned out of their Those! in grades 4-7 w411 meeton
GALORE Po 1' : Room to stock up on"specials" ( Taken On Cadillac Trades 441 N. PaM Stock. Yard .EJO: *-PIANT -- Copper, NVkeL Chranfta
home last week. Anyone who Monday at 4 p. m. in the
Savss shopping SMI N. W. ISta. Rk 441 rCRTn.IZfe.K9W Cadmium. Metal' Finishing
Vou'llnever wishes to donate clothes Parish! House for their class.: .
trips. Ssv*on leftovers.; .._..........-... Supwiw Custom Buffing
run And a teparst f fr..zt tf! furniture, or money can do so Episcopal Young Churchmen, PHONE Slt-TMX AVTIQI-E CI KAMNOSILVER.
short again.' 4 provide even more at the Parish House. grades 8-13. will meet at 6:3O: Rent Ftwtiltaer Spreaders'
Automatic Transmission! RR4SS.! COFFER
storage capacity.: : Episcopal on Sunday evening with one- DODGE DART 334 NW. SIb Al'e.'
: Rev. and Mrs. Jean Chance half hour devoted to study of DODGE T&VCKSIlepoiidabi. rilONC 37I47SOPnesTlfll.

I .r attended a dinner for Eptnco- the Acts of the Apostles and 8a1 -eerrtoaPooleGable City Automatic .' Pin' 1J14 Sit Sad .tee.. Oe*te
I Dial CU-CU|
pal Priest In trite area last social activities. and meeting

week at the. home of The Rev for the final half. hour. I Motors LADIES WEARCherry's TYPEWRITERSHancock
call me a Transmission Inc.
cheapskate.... UHycrop. chaplain at the Two" adult stUJy groups 119 S. E.!: lilt Ave.. Oainesvlhl. ,

Church of Incarnation at the meeting once a month are bring FflONE S71-4343 Office

Ilo'v.It t THEnrS NO MATCH University of Florida. initiated by Uw church.' I Rpmlr F.ub&a. EQUIPMENT

Baptist The first Is a Day Study AU Makes and ModeTRl"CK *
:, FOP) FLAMeLESSeLECTPilC Special meeting were held Group meeting on the third Tropical Pontiac, A CARS aun-\JJe's\ Vfo tAddmu PubIoDablf' StattaCoronAtnaortsfd;

LIVING lust week at the Clliun Baptist Wednesday. of each month be- Inc. Dyanocneter' Pre-TVsted For Ladles Deale'
nary-\er .
Church for those Interested in ginning with. Holy Eucharist at DR L S I L"-81.1T"-CO.'n Adding! Uarhtrmi.-.T UlU

Ttftchtmr. Reaching and WUmwnlng. 10 a. m. and continuing" in the TRUCK OMC CmiKK: WORK GCA.-'iDED- Calculator

c Meetings were held in Pariah Houne. The Evening MATERNITY WEAK SALDS: -raviCTE- RENT AU

.> L 0 I '1 D A 'i:' P 0 W E R A LIIRTHIlflNH I .'.A.- C A yo the evening Monday through I Study Group will meet. at 8 p. PONTIAC BUDGET FLAX ATESOR IE. SAVE......Tnlr.-cl"---.. with"- .us. ,_ n.

lUlltt FLORIDA Thursday and were attended I m. in the Vicarage& on the 130 N W. SUi Aye. Gainesville' 1409 8. Main au flr.t
Main St
by teachers off\leer*, and Sun- third Suruhvy of the month. I 313-3533I : GaJnMtma. S7S-1IM 103 W. DntTmitr. Oalnt QU J"booe ntunp 'lnevtnAGE .


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